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.
— Bryan M. Wolfe (@bryanmwolfe) November 26, 2014
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