What's up folks?
I'm Jay (Marcabibi?) and welcome to Tap that App.
The show where we feature the juiciest pieces of app on planet earth.
Now, if you know me, then you know I'm an Android enthusiast but the thing about Android is that there are like a billion apps with like a skillion more getting added everyday and not all of them are cool.
This means that finding the right app.
The one that is perfectly tailored to your needs, could take you a thousand years, literally.
Well, today, I'm gonna help you cut through all the clutter with an app that actually helps find the right apps just for you.
It's called the Appreciate personal app market and it's essentially an app recommendation engine.
To get started, just download Appreciate and log in with your Facebook account.
You can also log in without Facebook but going that route, as you can imagine, gives appreciate less data to play with.
The home screen is where you get your daily recommendations.
Based on your profile info, the apps currently installed on your device, even your Facebook friends, if they're using Appreciate too.
You can can also see daily new games, new apps, local favorites and a bunch of other categories.
It's really a lot of information.
When you look at a recommendation, Appreciate will tell you whether it's a strong match or simply a good match and it will even tell you why or sometimes it will give you an app and say, take a chance which essentially means it's not a match at all.
One feature I really loved though is Appreciate shopping cart.
Whenever you come across an App that you're interested in, just add it to your cart then when you're finished browsing, you can go back to your cart and install it from their.
What's interesting though is that the cart actually says install all.
Hitting install all doesn't install all the apps at once.
You still have to go in and install each of them individually.
So, if you don't wanna sit through, literally, 50 trillion Android apps then try the Appreciate personal app market.
It really works.
Also, it's free and it's available now through Google play.
That's it for this week.
If you've got a fine piece of app that you wanna show me, holler at me on the Twitter.
Thanks for watching.
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