cation that offers Appsfire: AppSpot .
We will start by gently Yahoo Search Apps finally the right thing as a portal for mobile applications.A portal is not working currently with two platforms, namely iOS and Android.In both cases, Yahoo Search Apps looks like any kind of portal.There are several categories and allows us to target the desired application (games, education, social networks, etc …) and which are ultimately all in the same way.A slide show allows us to see the applications in a more down we can easily view the latest free applications or paying referenced by the portal and there is even an insert on the side dedicated to applications that have attracted the most votes .The unit is pretty clean and provides intuitive navigation and enjoyable.
To go faster, it is also possible to swing a few keywords in the field dedicated to this purpose and to obtain the list of applications.Information about applications is presented very clearly and one can easily see the price or the number of votes collected. Same thing also for the application form which is of exemplary clarity. I can do be too but I think the gate is pretty well designed and fun to use instead.Well, that's for sure, Yahoo Search Apps comes shortly after the battle, there are many such services on the web, but it is better to have too many choices than not enough …
Yahoo AppSpot ( iOS version / release Android ) , meanwhile, comes in the form of an application that draws straight from that proposed Appsfire.If you allow, it will indeed be able to scan your phone and you some you might enjoy based on the ones you have already installed.By not testing, I can not really tell you if it is as complete as that proposed Appsfire so you will have to get an idea for yourself.