View the 'Top Apps This Week' courtesy of the new iPhone #Homescreen app
Earlier this week, we told you about #Homescreen, a new website and app that enables users to share interactive screenshots of their iPhone home screens. Based on this information, the company behind #Homescreen, Betaworks, has now introduced the “Top Apps This Week.”
Accessible online, “this homescreen is automatically generated based on the most popular apps used by #Homescreen members. We keep separate Dock and non-Dock categories and don’t show the stock Apple apps. Think of it as the ultimate phone!”
Here’s a screenshot of the current “Top Apps” screen:
Want to tell the world the apps you use the most?
Download #Homescreen from the App Store. You’ll be asked to take a screenshot of your current home screen. From there, #Homescreen will ask whether it can post this information to Twitter. The folks over at Betaworks use this data to come up with the unscientific Top Apps of the Week.
My #Homescreen: https://t.co/hzGxkruVAD pic.twitter.com/gXCAsASABJ
— Bryan M. Wolfe (@bryanmwolfe) November 26, 2014
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