The most popular app trends of 2017
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Photo Illustration by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images Israel

Photo Illustration by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images Israel

Move over Snapchat: You should pay attention to these trends

We all know about Facebook and Snapchat. But you may not know about the next generation of popular tech innovations. Here are some apps you should watch out for in 2017.

1. Hubspot

The era of automation is here. Hubspot is an inbound marketing software that solves a lot of issues. The primary purpose of this app is to automate the daily marketing struggles of contemporary businesses. As a business, you can take advantage of inbound marketing software in order to create, manage, and assign marketing actions.

You no longer need 10 employees to do 10 different marketing tasks. Instead, you can automate it all by using a smart technology app such as Hubspot.

2. Qlik Sense

Data visualization is continuing to be a big trend in 2017. Of course, there are plenty of apps that can help you develop and manage your data visualizations. Qlik Sense is one of the pioneers and one of the most popular technology apps in this niche.

Qlik Sense allows all of your organization’s members to create interactive and flexible data visualizations. The purpose? Meaningful decisions. The tool is integrated with many useful features such as self-service creation, a smart search option, drag-n-drop options and a centralized management environment.

3. Chrome Remote Desktop

With Chrome Remote Desktop, you’re able to control your PC at home from your Android device. In terms of utility, this technology trend is right on spot. We always forget things. When those things are important, we either lose our time, our reputation, or our word. This app can solve your problems by simply letting you access your home PC in a matter of seconds.

You need to install the Remote Browser app on your PC’s browser first. You’ll need to add a secret PIN code, and then you’re done. Install the app on your Android device and connect to your PC in a matter of a few seconds. Super useful and super productive for the future of a busy world where time is the most precious asset.

4. Messenger, WhatsApp, Snapchat

Instant messaging will continue to be a big trend for many years. Or, it could last until someone develops a better way to communicate. Technology apps such as Messenger, WhatsApp, or Snapchat are extremely popular in 2017. When you buy a smart device, you will have at least one instant messaging application installed.

5. Periscope

With Periscope, you can “explore the world through somebody else’s eyes.” This smart technology application makes live broadcasting easy. They allow you start a live feed through your phone anywhere and anytime. Periscope is “under” Twitter, so they made Twitter sharing possible through the use of a simple button. So whenever you go live, your Twitter audience will get a notification.

Facebook and YouTube started encouraging the use of live videos a while ago, and they continue to do so by making Live a priority (news feed, recommended videos).

6. Australian Writings

The education field is also transforming. The millennial generation is changing the rules, making school a bit different. If twenty years ago no student had access to unlimited information, courses, or help, today things would look differently.

Did you know that you can allow someone else (always a professional) to deal with your biggest demons at school? I’m talking about essay assignments, dissertations, and other annoying college tasks. There are plenty of academic writing services such as Australian Writings that might help you big time in case you’re a student.

7. Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive

Cloud-based sharing software are at the top of the ladder right now. These apps are extremely useful because you never have to worry about carrying sticks, sending e-mails, or storing files on other types of devices. With Dropbox, for example, you simply drag-n-drop your file into a folder.

Apps are currently the best digital way to enhance your experiences, build skills, entertain yourself, and more. What are your favorite apps? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Jessica Freeman

About Jessica Freeman

Jessica is a professional journalist and a freelance content writer from Australia. She enjoys writing about education, business, online marketing and academic innovations.

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  • Neil Hocking

    A real writing professional wouldn’t stoop so low as to write students’ essays for them. I’m guessing
    #6 paid for their place on this list.