There are more 200,000 applications for mobile devices with Android. And more than 325,000 for the gadgets with the operating system Apple iOS. Even the newborn apps for Windows Phone 7 market now has more than 5,300 applications. The sector of mobile applications continues to grow and is difficult to follow the minute latest news. Not to get lost, Mashable recommends that in 2011 we pay special attention to the following 10 applications: 1. The Daily The Daily is a new journal of News Corporation to be distributed solely and exclusively through the iPad. It will be launched in the next few days, and each number will cost $0.99.
The company of Rupert Murdoch has made a strong investment in this project, which will have a staff of 100 journalists. Given the scale of the new business venture of Australian media magnate, will have to follow closely the evolution of The Daily in the next twelve months. 2 Ge.tt since Drop.io was purchased and subsequently closed by Facebook, there was need in the market for a free application for sharing files that your relay will take. GE.TT, which has unlimited capacity to share files, uses temporary URLs and also has an attractive design, is emerging as the perfect sustitua of Drop.io, at least until Google or Facebook decide to get down to work and launch a more powerful application. 3 GetBlue GetBlue is an application for making check-ins that differs from the competition (Foursquare, Facebook Places, Gowalla, SCVNGR, Loopt, etc.) because it offers something different: serves to make check-ins in activities primarily indoors. Given the undoubted attraction of GetBlue for brands, do not be surprised that this application conquered to the general public throughout 2011 in the same way that you did in 2010 Foursquare.