StumbleUpon App Discovery Working Like a Charm

The popular web discovery site, StumbleUpon, released their Android app a couple of weeks ago. One of the most popular features is the app discovery beta feature. As with their web service, the user just picks a few categories of interest and then starts “stumbling” in the apps section. StumbleUpon has just announced that since the app’s release, there has been over a million app stumbles. The top five most installed apps that were stumbled upon were Angry Birds (no surprise), Camera 360, Google Sky Map, Gmote 2.0, and Alchemy.

I have personally used this app and have discovered and even re-discovered a few apps/games that have come to be some of my favorites. I totally recommend giving this app a try!

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