appstory.tv – Your Videoguide on Apps
appstory.tv, the video guide for Smartphone applications, launches today. appstory.tv helps to find the best apps for the iPhone and the new Apple iPad: The 2‑minute video clips are presented by Kira Song, Richard Gutjahr and Michael Reuter. They introduce the best apps available on the market and they name the pros and cons of each app.
Apples iPhone made a beginning – followed by BlackBerry, Palm and Google’s Nexus: Smart phones are replacing cell phones. With smartphones you can do a lot more than phone calls, send emails or text messages. You can surf the web, book flights, receive weather forecasts and sent the latest photos taken with your built-in camera to social networks like Facebook or Twitter. In short, mobile phones are becoming ubiquitous, intelligent mini-computers.
A smart phone is only as smart as the programs that are installed on it – the applications, in short “apps”. In the Apple iTunes Appstore there are already over 140,000 apps – from categories educationto economy. Most of the apps will be offered free of charge – for about 30 percent of all apps an average of 0,99 US-Cent (2,50 Euro) per download is charged. Very high on the list of most popular apps are for example navigation software solutions – they can cost about 199 US-Dollars (or 99 Euros).
Which app is worth buying? Which app from the same category is better than the other? appstory.tv shows how a app works and makes it easy to understand. At the end of each video clip the viewer will get a clear recommendation: Is the app suitable or not. No wishy-washy comments. The goal is to save the user from buying the wrong app.