Top 100 Apps Quotes

In this post, you will find great Apps Quotes from famous people, such as John Battelle, Connor Franta, Astro Teller, Peggy Johnson, Kiana Madeira. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

When you use Facebook, you're always logged in, and you

When you use Facebook, you’re always logged in, and your identity and relationships – to others, to content, to apps and services – are assets Facebook can use to customize your experience (oh, and your ads).
Using the correct apps can completely change how your photos look. It’s really exciting because once you’ve already taken a good photo, it can become 10 times better if you use the right combination of apps. My favorites are VSCO Cam, Afterlight, Facetune and SKRWT.
VisiCalc and WordPerfect were the killer apps of their day, but Google and Facebook make them look small in comparison.
We fully recognized that our customers have a variety of devices. They’re carrying all sorts of things. And we want to bring our world-class apps to those devices.
Honestly, I feel like inside my soul, I’m very anti-social media to a point where I realized that I need to be active in part because of my profession, but I delete all of the social media apps on my phone daily.
Human language is the new UI layer, bots are like new applications, and digital assistants are meta apps. Intelligence is infused into all of your interactions.
The age of access being offered by taxi-hailing apps like Uber and Ola is the biggest potential threat to auto industry.
I’m not really on dating apps. I used to be when I was younger. I’d rather meet people in real life.
It’s definitely hard to have relationships. When your life moves so quickly, people generally want replies on messenger apps and sometimes I don’t get back to people for two or three weeks.
Phones were created as social tools. Smartphones are especially good at being social, integrating text, voice, video and images in an endless number of apps that can serve a user‘s needs, and all without the need for a web-based social network.
Keith Teare
I’m on all the apps: Tinder, Grindr, Bumble, Scruff. I have no shame about that.
But I’ve become completely obsessed with taking photos on my iPhone. I have like 400 apps.
Though the S8, like all premium Samsung phones, runs Android with the basic Google suite of apps, Samsung keeps trying to duplicate Android functions with its own software. It wants to be a software platform like its rival Apple, but it uses someone else’s operating system and core apps. Awkward.
It’s worth noting that everything – from the Internet to electric cars, genomic sequencing, mobile apps, and social media – were pioneered by startups, not existing companies.
Apple already had everyone‘s billing information from iTunes… you could buy things just by typing in your password… That, for the first time, brought very, very easy payment to the modern software world. That, more than anything, is why there is a business for paid apps.
Marco Arment
I’m rarely invited to start-up parties, but who cares about their trinkets and apps anyway?
The U.S. can use its control over the dollar and the global financial system to shut down any bank or bank account in the world. It can use its control over Apple and Google to remove apps from the App Store and Google Play.
There are a lot of apps that are fun to use – they’re utility apps; they’re fine. But there are a fraction of apps that are in the cream of the crop. You just need to be in the cream of the crop to get noticed.
I use a lot of utility apps on my iPad, and I have four kinds of ‘Angry Birds‘ games! I also use GarageBand to create demos.
I think everybody understands mobility because everybody’s got a cellphone and lots of apps and seen how they’ve moved off of PCs and onto mobility.
Many people have uninstalled Chinese apps. So when crores uninstall apps. It will be a message for the Chinese government when they are intruding into India.
We live in a world of social media, dating apps, online profiles where everyone is portraying themselves in 2D, trying to look cool. Portray yourself in three dimensions.
It’s a bit harder being on TV. I would be open to finding dates through Facebook or Instagram though, does that count? I do love flicking through profiles on my friend‘s dating apps though!
I don’t really have any apps!
When you and I go to work, and we use a computer to work and find that our work apps are completely onerous and the apps we use at home are quite easy, we wonder, why can’t it be simpler, easier, quicker, and less expensive?
People want to download publications quickly and read them without cruft. Publications that started in print carry too much baggage and usually have awful apps. ‘The Magazine‘ was designed from the start to be streamlined, natively digital, and respectful of readers‘ time and attention.
Marco Arment
The Internet has become a breeding ground for the paranormal and being able to share evidence. I mean, there are ghost-hunting apps for your iPhone.
The mobile Web, location-based services, inexpensive and pervasive mobile apps, and new sorts of opportunities to access cars, bikes, tools, talent, and more from our neighbors and colleagues will propel peer-to-peer access services into market.
For me, my phone is a one-stop shop; I do everything on my phone – email, browsing, listening to music, reading, navigation and using smart apps. Maps, I use that a lot. I think that’s the best app ever.
I think I have over 60 apps on my iPhone. I use six.
By allowing multiple partners to contribute, an open pl

By allowing multiple partners to contribute, an open platform can nurture an entire ecosystem of developers and apps. Good products integrate and become great products. Users get a one-stop solution for social needs.
With the rise of software patents, engineers coding new stuffwhether within a large software company or as kids writing smartphone apps – are exposed to a claim that somewhere a prior patent is being infringed.
I’ve solved my phone addiction by deleting all the apps I was addicted to – email, browser – and getting my wife to add parental controls, to limit access even further.
I really do see the sharks evolving their perspective. In the early days of the show, if you brough them an app, they would’ve turned their noses up. But now they know how indispensable those apps are, even to their own traditional businesses.
I don’t consider ideas for apps all that valuable. It’s the implementation of an idea that matters.
John Gruber
In the area of field apps, Collector for ArcGIS is great, but where do you go? There’s a navigator app. And then what do you do when you get there? There’s a workforce app. So all of these apps work hand-in-hand to support field workers.
What I love about the ‘State of Syn’ concept is that, while it’s exploring science fiction, it’s also trying to explore the future of film and television and the Internet, just in the nature of how they put it together and promote it and add apps and all that kind of stuff.
It became clear to me by 1984 that Microsoft was likely going to be the big winner in the PC software apps and operating system category, partly because of the dynamics of owning and controlling the operating system: that gave you enormous power, and I came to see Bill Gates was fierce competitor.
Amazon doesn’t want to give Apple a cut of its media sales, so Apple won‘t let Amazon sell products in its apps.
Sometimes I’ll use four or five different photo apps on one photo just to get it where I want it to be.
As a condition for entry into the Chinese market, Apple had to agree to the Chinese government’s censorship criteria in vetting the content of all iPhone apps available for download on devices sold in mainland China.
Cyanogen has done an interesting job with their version of Android – the Cyanogenmod. And they’re on 50-million-plus devices. And that’s just another ecosystem that we wanted to tap into and to bring our Office apps to.
I’ve done some meditation stuff like apps on my phone, but sometimes it’s just about breathing deeply taking some deep breaths and slowing my mind down and focusing and something simple that can really help quiet my mind.
Technology can be biased in how it’s developed if coders aren’t careful. There are apps that are clearly made by companies with no people of color on their team.
ArcGIS Online is the complete hosted GIS in the cloud, supporting mapping and apps. Additions to this component have included smart mapping, formal metadata, better administration, and high-performance geocoding.
Do I really want to do a mobile game that’s one of 300,000, where discoverability is everything? You really have to have a little more sizzle on the steak. I would rather be one of 100 apps for Google Glass than one of 300,000 for iOS and Android.
Cities could open up their property and assets to sharing economy apps that make it easier to find parking spaces or homes for rent. By aligning private-sector incentives with the public good, cities will create confidence among taxpayers.
Every year we are greeted by a host of new apps that will ‘change the way we think’ about ordering takeout, ‘fundamentally transform’ our shoe purchases, or ‘revolutionize‘ the way we edit photos.
Generation Food’ is a collaboration between myself and author/activist Raj Patel that will tell stories about efforts around the world to try to solve the food crisis – through a documentary, a book, a website and mobile apps.
Steve James
The battle between Google and Apple has shifted from devices, operating systems, and apps to a new, amorphous idea called ‘contextual computing.’ We have become data-spewing factories, and the only way to make sense of it all is through context.
I’m more nerdy in a sense of, like, video games and Dungeons and Dragons and Renaissance Faire. But not nerdy in a sense that I know how to create apps.
I started Stripe with my brother John Collison while we were in school together. We first started off building iPhone apps together and using the money we made from them to pay our tuition.
Being an app developer isn’t at all like working at Apple. There is this huge haystack of apps, and even a very shiny needle can get lost in that haystack.
Bill Atkinson
To be clear, I’m not opposed to apps; I just want them to be geared to my lifestyle. I don’t need a virtual NASCAR racing app, but I’d certainly appreciate one that stopped my husband from plowing into the lawnmower every time he pulls into the garage.
Microsoft makes numerous apps for both Android and iOS, as do Google, Amazon and Facebook. You can run iTunes and iCloud on Windows and Office on the Mac.
There’s a shift to mobile apps; I’d like to see a more pervasive communications experience, and I think Skype can contribute to that.
Tony Bates
All business leaders need to be technologists, as every industry now has a Netflix or an Uber on the horizon, threatening to upend business as usual. Apps are driving this disruption, and every enterprise needs to become an app company.
Our first challenge is to ensure safety of pilgrims, and we will use modern technology for that. We will strengthen our telecom network and will provide special mobile apps to the pilgrims at the time of registration.
Harish Rawat
You get a lot of apps and companies that are trying to sell you on something that’s totally useless or potentially unhealthy. Only occasionally does something really worthwhile really come out.
Have confidence in your strengths, dear writer, or give it all up now and create apps instead.
Google is not my friend. I’ve been way too open in my career. Google has killed any shot I have on the dating apps.
As I see it, tech in Africa 1.0 was the mobile-phone bo

As I see it, tech in Africa 1.0 was the mobile-phone boom, and version 2.0 was about new apps developed in response to local needs. Tech in Africa 3.0 should be about those who are successful in transforming the chatter into real opportunities.
If you’re posting pictures to platforms like Instagram or Twitter, be selective about the one you post. If I’m capturing a sunset, I’ll take at least 10 pictures. I’ll then filter them using other apps, enhance them. Then, I really pick the best image of perhaps 30.
Right now, nearly all the apps on Facebook take a week to build. No more.
Max Levchin
Under the deluge of minute-to-minute text conversations, emails, relentless exchange of media channels and passwords and apps and reminders and tweets and tags, we lose sight of what all this fuss is supposed to be about in the first place: ourselves.
Ariel Garten
In the age of social media and dating apps, so many people are able to hide behind their Instagram page or their Raya page or Facebook. And it’s like, ‘Let’s set something up! I want to meet face-to-face.’ And ‘Take Me’ was about, ‘Are you going to take me out? Do I have to be the first person to make the move?’
Most photo apps before asked something of the users. They said, ‘You produce, act, and perform.’ ‘Instagram’ said, ‘Let us take care of the secret sauce.’
If you’ve got five or six cloud apps, do you want a different user ID and password for each one? No.
What’s really going on is, on your iPhone, you have 200 apps, and they’re all collecting a little data on you. Twitter knows a certain thing, Foursquare knows something else, my Fitbit app knows something else, my Waze app knows something else.
I’d like to see technology to move beyond the hype and be considered part of infrastructure… the way you see access to water. I would like it to move away from apps and mobile money. So that everyone has their TV and their Wi-Fi, and it’s just ubiquitous. I think that’s where we should be headed.
All of the business of selling apps and selling subscriptions is extremely cruelly misunderstood, including by me.
Apps have made it easier to meet people but harder to connect.
Our initial idea with Stripe was that for people like us – those building apps and websites – it was incredibly difficult to take payments. So with an open mind, and maybe a useful lack of knowledge about the industry, we started building a payment product.
Simperium seems like a genuine utility for our own apps, and for other people as a service. And Simplenote, as a product, I love, and it’s just darn handy.
If you buy the Chromebook Plus and intend to use it mainly as a Chromebook, I expect you’ll have a good experience. But if you plan to rely heavily on Android apps, you’re basically buying into the start of a journey, replete with odd-looking presentations of familiar apps, bugs and crashes.
The future of technology is not really location-based apps; it is about making location completely unimportant.
I don’t like it when people remain glued to their phones while talking, so I have no apps on mine.
The Every Day Calendar is 0% Internet connected, so no apps, WiFi, bluetooth or computer programs are needed to set it up. Just plug it into the wall and you’re ready to go.
Google+ was, to my mind, all about creating a first-party data connection between Google most important services – search, mail, YouTube, Android/Play, and apps.
I’m trying to build a Disney. Not only as a creator, but also be able to create universes where then that content can go into toys, and live on multimedia platforms, whether it’s apps, books, movies, cartoons. It’s like building a whole world, which takes a lot of money.
When it comes to the mobile web, the technology industry seems to be split between two campsnative apps and HTML5 web-based apps.
ArcGIS is an integrated Web GIS that is supported by services. These are abstracted in a geoinformation model that’s managed by the portal, and then accessible by a number of apps, which are the growing part of this system.
Mostly I use the O2 as an X terminal, however, running my apps on Linux and displaying remotely.
Jamie Zawinski
Apps or media who make money on advertising are never satisfied with ‘enough‘ of your attention. They will always fight for more.
Some of the apps I use are Google Maps, Amazon, Zomato and Facetime. I also use media player so that I can watch my batting videos and some movies.
There are neural networks that can build whole apps from scratch – so why are we teaching high school kids to code?
I roll my eyes at the grandstanding blowhards who have ‘fixed‘ themselves, but I keep up with the gizmos and apps that track people’s various rhythms. I’m no lifelogger or body-hacker, but I’m curious, and I want to be in-tune enough to know what’s really the matter so I can level up and be at my most awesome.
To put it simply, it doesn’t matter how many other messaging apps are out there if all of them suck.
People used to want to be filmmakers and animators; now they want to make apps.
Dating apps are brilliant for expanding your actual social network, which leads you to meet other people.
The user, not the ISP, should be the kingmaker of apps.
The largest issue with search is that we learned about it when the web was young, when the universe was ‘complete’ – the entire web was searchable! Now our digital lives are utterly fractured – in apps, in walled gardens like Facebook, across clunky interfaces like those in automobiles or Comcast cable boxes.
The thing is, I have a zillion apps, and I'm always loo

The thing is, I have a zillion apps, and I’m always looking for the perfect arrangement for them, so scrambling my home screen is part of that eternal quest.
There are huge pain points experienced by parents. It’s hard to find good child care options in one place. It’s hard figure out things to do with your kids on the weekends or after school. It’s hard to find iPad apps for your kids that you are confident are helping them learn vs. just being entertained.
If you’re building a consumer app, you’re necessarily coupled to the intrinsic time cycle of human fashion in that it’s a fashion-driven space, and we see that in the cycle of these various apps. I think for infrastructure that that just naturally tends to play out over a longer time horizon.
I think dating apps are keeping us apart.
There’s a big difference between apps that help you manage your medical information and draw clues from your own bodies, and those that seek to actively doctor you.
I’m not enthusiastic about educational games or apps generally.
I think a lot of the time there isn’t such a black-and-white difference between what’s a platform and what’s an app. It’s really just like the most important apps become platforms.