Take out those Tweeting fingers! When it comes to the tech world, it's very clear that apps have taken over! From social media to music to dating, only 5% of people can name all these popular apps from an image. Can you?
When it comes to the world of technology, one of the biggest names you'd hear is Steve Jobs. In his life, he served as the CEO and co-founder of Apple. Through this company came the innovations of the iPhone, iPad, and Mac Book. Another major innovation was the idea of the App Store.
Apple launched their App Store in 2008 and it came equipped with 500 apps. Since then, the App Store has grown to include thousands of different apps that cover many platforms. Could you identify all these apps from an image?
Some apps would come from sites that already existed. Social media lovers could download Facebook on their phones and listen to the streaming radio, Pandora. The app world would continue to grow from there.
Social media apps are particularly popular on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. There are tons of apps dedicated to listening to your favorite tunes like Pandora and Spotify. You'll even see people using apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Coffee Meets Bagel to make a love connection. Who could forget when Temple Run and Candy Crush Saga took the gaming world by storm?
There are thousands of apps that have passed through the App Store. From Angry Birds to Google Maps to Netflix, can you name all these popular apps from an image?
Let's find out!
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