i-Free Innovations launches Android app discovery platform CandyApps

Uses proprietary app rating system

i-Free Innovations launches Android app discovery platform CandyApps
Russian publisher i-Free Innovations has launched a new app discovery platform for Android designed to direct users straight to the games they like.
CandyApps uses what the company bills as a proprietary app rating system. The platform monitors an app's release date, user ratings and an extensive tagging system, updating its rankings every two hours.

Search star

As such, the company claims CandyApps - which can be downloaded for free from Google Play - will only ever feature proven apps, relevant to the platform's userbase.

"When you combine the strength of our proprietary app rating system and our editorial team sorting, reviewing and comparing hundreds of apps on a daily basis, users can trust that only the best apps will appear in their search results," said MD Kirill Petrov.

"This makes CandyApps the ultimate way to find apps in one easy-to-use Android app catalogue."

Rate and review

The company claims users can also use filters to make the search results even more personal, with CandyApps also sporting 30 set 'app collections', with only hand-picked, reviewed titles included.

Indeed, the catalogue itself goes beyond mere app descriptions, also linking in reviews from what

i-Free Innovations describes as "experts and editors."

The apps pages themselves link directly to Google Play, allowing users to download the apps to their handsets with little fuss.

With a fine eye for detail, Keith Andrew is fuelled by strong coffee, Kylie Minogue and the shapely curve of a san serif font.


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