A lot of great mobile apps out there, both Android and Apple.
Some are useful, some are fun, some are entertaining, and some are educational.
There are plenty of apps put out by Apple that are exclusive to Apple products,
such as iPhones and iPads, and then there are the Google apps for Android phones.
The google apps like Google Maps or Google Earth generally perceived
to be better than the corresponding Apple Maps, but there are fans of both everywhere.
Mobile Apps for Androids:
The range of apps that created for Android devices is breathtaking.
There are thousands of them,
and no matter what you are looking for you are bound to find several versions of what you want.
You can choose free apps that have lots of ads,
or apps for a small fee that have fewer ads, or more expensive apps that have no ads at all.
good ones and bad ones, of course, and it can take quite a bit of trial and error to find an app
that does what you want it to do without causing a lot of irritation.
Apps for iOS Devices:
Apple maintains fairly strict control over the apps it allows on its platform,
so there are usually fewer problems with iOS apps than with the vast collection of Android apps that are out there.
Not that you can escape the dreaded avalanche of ads by sticking to Apple products.
You will still have to make the same choices you do with Android apps
and the different number of ads attached to them.
The apps that come standard with an iOS device are some of the most reliable and easily used that they have.
There is an increasing tendency, though, to charge for apps that were free at one time.
It seems like everything monetized – even the apps that we once used at no cost.