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Top 5 summer mobile apps 2020

by Brad Fein
mobile apps

We have been using the mobile devices more and more in the past years, and especially this year, when in many cases the physical interaction has been limited. No wonder, then, that there has been a huge push lately on the IT and tech industry, with devices, Internet, telecommunications, apps developing, and so on, reaching all-time highs.

This summer makes no exception, so we are scrolling through the mobile apps libraries to see which ones fit best these weeks.

And if you don’t know which app to choose for a better time, here are the top 5 mobile apps to use in the summer of 2020:

Spotify

When it comes to music apps, Spotify is the pick. It is arguably the first name to come in mind when thinking or talking about music. The app has one of the best streaming services, a huge selection of music, and some of the newest hits released. It has a free version, but also one with paid subscription.

You can create your own summer playlist, or maybe a podcast, and use the app either at home, on hiking, at the beach, when exercising outdoor or having a workout in home, on the bike, or before going to sleep – there are so many places and moments to use the app.

TikTok

We took some time to think which app suits best for this summer when it comes to social media. Facebook? Instagram? YouTube? Maybe Twitter? Well, what about TikTok?

When it comes down to social media and videos, this one platform had a meteoric rise in the past years – in the past couple of years or so, actually, as it was started in 2016, and already has over 800 million users worldwide. Almost half of them are youngsters under 25 years of age, so that is a massive new generation call-to-action social media.

What makes it so special? Well, look at the age of the users. They don’t have that much of a patience to follow a long video, so short videos are the thing for this app. Most of the videos are funny, interesting and catchy.

The app became so popular that already has 1.5 billion downloads the App Store and Google Play. It is arguably the hottest trend regarding the video content – which by the way is gaining a lot of ground in the last years comparing to other social media means.

Unibet Pennsylvania mobile app

One of the world’s most famous online sports betting operators, Unibet, launched its mobile app for both iOS and Android devices. The app is free and can be downloaded from Unibet’s website.

It is easy to install, and then you can enjoy the sporting bets on your mobile device, virtually everywhere you go. Is both fun and challenging, and it is a good passing time in the summer.

Netflix

OK, maybe the restrictions are lifted in the most part of the world, and there is no bad weather to keep us inside, but having time off will make you want to catch up on the latest movies or TV series. And you can to that on the go too, as this video-streaming service also offers an app for you to enjoy it all on the mobile devices.

Subscriptions start from around $8, but the best part of it is that you can download content and then watch it offline. What more could you want for a chill summer evening?

Google Maps

No matter where the roads take you or how are the times, Google Maps is simply a must if you are on the move. Sometimes you use it when you want to go somewhere new, sometimes when you want to take shortcuts to beat traffic, and sometimes you just want to know how long it will be to walk to your destination. And there are instructions for cycling and public transportation – imagine benefiting from those when you’re in a foreign country!

It is also good when you want to explore online, and bottom line it is very helpful to organize your trips, no matter how long, short, far or near they may be. Bonus: It has offline maps, street view, and even indoor maps.

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