From programs that help consumers workout at home to technology that helps pregnant women find a seat on public transit, the February 2017 mobile app trends reveal the wide variety of ways that smartphone applications continue to improve our lives.
On the smaller scale, there are a number of apps that help consumers in reaching personal goals. These apps can range from fitness programs that provide in-depth exercise tutorials to guided meditation sessions that help consumers on the road to self-actualization.
On the other hand, the February 2017 mobile app trends also include a number of applications that are designed to serve a greater purpose. For instance, the Babee on Board app helps women taking the London Underground find a seat on crowded subway cars. Another example is the CitySwipe app, which uses a Tinder-style interface to help urban planners in Santa Monica, California, get a better understanding of what changes residents want to see.
Top 65 Mobile App Ideas in February
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Productive Lifestyle Apps
Video Shopping Apps
Graphic Design Tablet Apps
AR Experience-Creating Apps
Hyper-Efficient To-Do Apps
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