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Mobilewalla Ranks the Best Apps of 2011

Unlike traditional app store ranking systems that simply tell you if an app is popular the moment in time you’re looking at it, Mobilewalla monitors rank and popular across time; check out the top apps for each mobile platform.

Mobilewalla goes beyond simply seeing how many time an app has been downloaded. It uses a propriety algorithm to analyze how the app ranks against similar apps, how quickly it has gained traction, buzz on social networks and blogs, and other factors. You can visit the Mobilewalla site and browse all the categories yourself but for your convienience we’ve rounded up the top three free apps from 2011 for each major mobile platform here.

Android:

  1. Pixlr-o-matic - 97.5/100
  2. Super Stickman Golf: – 97.5/100
  3. Smurfs’ Village - 97/100

iOS:

  1. MLB.com At Bat Lite - 96/100
  2. My Horse - 95.3/100
  3. Family Feud® & Friends - 93.5/100

BlackBerry: 

  1. Memory Booster Pro 95.1/100
  2. BlackBerry Protect 95.1/100
  3. AppsLock  94.7/100

Windows Phone:

  1. TuneIn Radio 96.7/100
  2. Penguin Dictionary.com – Dictionary and Thesaurus 96/100
  3. gMaps 95.7/100

Hit up the link below to browse Mobilewalla for more stats and category-by-category analysis.

Mobilewalla [via Tech Crunch]

Jason Fitzpatrick is warranty-voiding DIYer and all around geek. When he's not documenting mods and hacks he's doing his best to make sure a generation of college students graduate knowing they should put their pants on one leg at a time and go on to greatness, just like Bruce Dickinson. You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 12/29/11

Comments (8)

  1. BUZZ

    What a load of crap !!

  2. Christopher

    What @BUZZ said.

  3. Rebs

    concured

  4. Joe

    Load of crap. No way these are any good.

  5. CitrusRain

    Looks like someone needs to rethink their site’s algorithms.

  6. Compudude

    B-b-but . . . Wait a sec that can’t be right

  7. catillyza

    Jason, what complete and utter nonsense! Sound of credibility flowing down the drain.

  8. Joe

    Oh Ho

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