Get this: 18 to 24 year-olds spend around 37 hours on over 28 mobile apps per month.
That’s almost an entire work week!
And how do you choose just 28 apps when there are over 1.5 and 1.4 million apps in the Android and Apple app stores, respectively?
We get it, apps are great. We think this one is pretty cool, but we wanted hear from you. We asked college students from all over the country to fill us in on the last app they downloaded. Here’s what they had to say.
What’s the last app you downloaded and why?
“I just downloaded Bandsintown, which keeps you updated on all the concerts that are going on in your town. It’s a great way for me to look at trends and understand what venues take what acts.” – Chris Paterno
“Scholly. This is an app I recommend to any college student looking for help financing their education. You enter a lot of information about yourself and the app matches you with any private scholarships you would be eligible for.” – Will Hoverman
“CircleBack. It’s a great contact manager that automatically monitors your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email, and local contacts for changes, and notifies you when their information changes.” – Josh Vickerson
What’s the last app that you downloaded? Let us know on Twitter.