• When you take a moment to think about it and assess how far we’ve really come in a short amount of time, the technological advancements in our mobile phones have been, frankly, nothing short of amazing.

    From surfing online, to ordering yourself a taxi, to buying your family relative a birthday present, to playing various games such as those at casino.com where you can play on your mobile phone the options available to us are vast. We’re spoilt, we really are and things only appear to be getting more advanced, with new applications and software entering this sphere at a rapid rate.

    The days of Snake on your brick-like device are long gone, with mobile phones looking slicker than ever before and the software and functionality generally delivering too. One of the biggest introductions has been the accessibility to new applications at the touch of a button, therefore adding another string to your phone’s already impressive bow and allowing you to explore this relatively new world of mobile apps and what they entail.

    As with anything though, you have to sift through the dirt before finding a few gems out there. There are bundles of apps. Millions, probably. That is why we decided to put together a list of the greatest mobile phone apps of all time, as we tip our hat in a show of appreciation to what is an amazing little device.

    Google

    Everyone uses Google, right? Whether you’re searching for a nearby Italian restaurant or trying to track a package using your voice, the Google app pretty much has it all. The app basically allows users to have full-fledged conversations with their phone. It’s just like Siri, except it connects with your Google accounts. Weird but amazing.

    Google Chrome

    An upgrade from the default browser Safari, Google Chrome can sync your history and bookmarks across devices and includes features like search bar autocomplete and unlimited tab functionality.

    Facebook

    Everyone has a Facebook account, don’t they? The hugely popular social network is a must-have for nearly everyone, especially as many other apps connect through Facebook to acquire important information.

    YouTube

    Whether you’re watching some of YouTube’s biggest stars or searching for a video on how to change a lightbulb, YouTube is a brilliant app to have on your mobile phone. YouTube used to come with your phone, but with iOS 6, Apple removed it. Luckily, Google brought it back. The legends.

    Bitmoji

    With a huge library of stickers that include your Bitmoji, the Bitmoji app allows you to create and then customise your very own avatar, from hair and eye colour to outfits and accessories. You can also send dozens of personalised emojis through any application that supports the copy/paste feature, alongside having the ability to link it to SnapChat too.

    Instagram

    Now owned by Facebook, Instagram is the go-to social media network for sharing pictures and using their vast array of filters on offer, too.

    Skype

    With more than 250 million users worldwide, Skype is a service which allows a user to make free voice and video calls. Yes, they’re free. Pretty amazing, right?

    WhatsApp

    A great choice for anyone who doesn’t have unlimited texts and spends a lot of time connected to Wi-Fi, WhatsApp allows you to send and receive messages, pictures, video messages and audio notes.

    Tinder

    A hugely popular dating app, Tinder shows a user someone’s picture and age with a snippet of information alongside it, with the choice being to rate the person by swiping left – if they aren’t for you, or right – if they are

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