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1.Perhaps the simplest and the best way to classify apps is to take a look at the general categories of application stores.
2.Such usually preinstalled apps as clock, calendar, notes, reminders, to-do etc. make up the core of a mobile device as an organizer for handling daily tasks.
3.Geolocation is one of the most broadly used features of our mobile devices; it has many spheres of use: maps, navigation, weather and travel apps.
4.Can we survive without social networks today? Should we? Gathering on various rallying areas, being in touch and sharing various information is convenient as it can be.
5.Image. Audio. Video. That's for music lovers, creative people, paparazzi, and for virtually everyone else. There are numerous apps devoted to capturing, editing and viewing images, playing audio and video files, storing these and sharing in social networks.
6.There is a special category of apps that isn't distributed through application stores; these are proprietary apps for internal use.
7.Branded applications are basically visiting cards in the mobile world; they include the brand's logo, name, familiar color palette, and maybe a slogan.
8.A lot has changed in communication since phone calls, SMS and e-mails. Now we have multimedia messaging in all its functional bliss
9.Mobile marketplaces are client apps, which require Internet connection. As a rule, the server side here stores and processes data, then exchanges with the client side (the app).
10.How could we not mention games? It's the most downloaded category, which is divided into even more subcategories,
11.Kids enjoy playing games on mobile devices. As well these devices may hold specialized educational apps.
12.We can unite loads of mobile apps under the banners of leisure and lifestyle.
13.What if you have an idea of an application that radically differs from any presented types?