Discover New Apps for All of Your Favorites OSs

The saying "There's an app for that" has become incredibly trite given its short lifespan. No matter how common the saying might be, the fact of the matter is that there probably is an app for whatever you are looking for. With so many apps available for so many different platforms, app discovery has become a significant problem. To help ease the pain, we found some amazing discovery resources for all of your favorite platforms.
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iOS App Discovery With hundreds of thousands of apps available through Apple's App Store, finding the best measurement convertor can be a daunting task. AppShopper helps by not only providing recommendations, but also showing update history, reviews, and even price changes. AppShopper also has an iOS app along with RSS feeds so you never miss a chance to discover the next great app.
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Android App Discovery Because of the "open" nature of the Android platform, there are quite a few more resources that allow for more robust discovery on Android. AppAware is an application that allows users to find new and exciting apps by tracking installs, updates, and removals. AppAware goes a step further by adding location into the mix. This provides great exposure for local apps who thrive based on usage in a specific area rather than around the globe. As a bonus,
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Chrome Web App Discovery Playing off the fact that there really is an app for almost everything, the Google Chrome extension - aptly named There's a web app for that - provides users with app suggestions based on their browsing history. No need to randomly guess if there is a an app that could replace your web browsing. Now just browse normally and this extension will search for you.

If none of these work for you, or if you are looking for a more curated way to discover apps, the be sure to check out our Weekly App Recommendations, where we cover everything from mobile, to desktop, to web apps.

(Top Image via Flickr user chrisphoto and Android via Digital Trends)

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