AppUnderdog, Reviewing The Best Under-Hyped Apps on iPhone and Android!

App Underdog | By: on January 6, 2012
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This isn’t your every day app review site, in our featured apps, we (as in our team) focus on mining out the apps that truly deserve to receive the spotlight. The less popular the app is, with the balance of genuine functionality, aesthetics, usability, price and overall quality, the more spotlight it should receive.

Several hundreds of apps on various App Stores and Market places are buried deep in the never ending sea of apps, unfortunately, despite the developer’s next efforts, failed to gain significant recognition and is instead fighting for survival against often overrated apps that seem to be broadcasted everywhere in the social media.

Note: We are absolutely brand new! It will take not only time, but also your support to get the reviews you want. Feel free to contact us for review suggestions, and be sure to leave comments!

We strive to do our best to highlight the apps that are lower in ranks or have failed to gain momentum needed for a healthy app growth. As these gifted developers lose hope in the market, they abandon their talents in hopes of finding another way to make a living. we plan to give see developers a second chance hopefully to give them confidence that their app is brilliant and so that we can see a bigger variety of apps and app developers in the markets.

We are users too and we will try to review as if we were the average user. I personally been using the iPhone since day one and frequently search the App Store just to get anything of value. Here are the things I am looking for: quality, aesthetics, price-benefits, usability, highly subjective worth, and potential. We will place a final rating mostly based on the potential and quality that the app deserves to be downloaded by millions around the world.

You can sound off your opinions on the app in the comments, or give specific app requests for gems in the contact us section in the navigation menu.

We really hope that this initiative can not only feed hungry indie developers who’s efforts have not been recognized. We also hope that this will help first time developers get a feel of just how much quality is needed to build a truly healthy app ecosystem, not only ones which are favored by the media.

We are not affiliated with Apple Inc, Google Inc, or any app development companies featured on this website. We take no responsibilities for any damage that they might cause and they have no part in the content that we write (besides “Developer’s Voice”).

That’s all for now. Thanks for reading our first ever post on AppUnderdog!


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