Here is the List of Best Apps of 2019 So Far

best apps of 2019

This year has been going really well in terms of the launch of new applications. Every month a bunch of new, exciting applications is released. However, not all of them are able to leave a mark and become an instant hit. In this post, we will present you with a list of the best apps of 2019.

These apps have managed to leave a mark among the audience and are continuously climbing the ladder of success day by day. If you haven’t downloaded a new, exciting app recently, it’s time for you to check our curated list of apps right now.

Even though we have only been halfway through 2019, we are thankful to already have a crop of new apps that are well worth your time and energy. You just need to sit back, relax and refresh your mobile phone’s screen.

The Best App of 2019 So Far

Take a look at some of the best apps of 2019 that have become popular ever since they were launched in the market.

Jumbo: Privacy


Are you worried about a new privacy violation? Jumbo app can help bring you some peace of mind. With the help of this app, you can adjust your privacy settings while locking down your most important accounts. Currently, the app is available only for the iOS devices and it is free.

You can use this app to check up on some of the important but impossibly hard to find privacy settings for your Facebook, Google, and Amazon accounts. You can also use the app to back up and delete old tweets from your Twitter account.

The app not only suggests what privacy settings you need to change on your accounts but also explains why you must change them periodically. Most importantly, the Jumbo app does not collect any of your private information and keeps all your data on your cell phone.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite


Harry Potter: Wizards Unite has only launched but is one game from the Pokémon Go creator that is set to become one of this summer’s most played and memorable games. It’s pretty simple to understand why this game will become so popular.

The game uses the same formula that made Pokémon Go one of the most successful and popular games ever. This also made Pokémon Go one of the most beloved franchises of all time.

The game is not perfect like all the other games but it has already captured our imaginations. Nothing could be more magical than that. The game is currently available on the Google Play Store as well as the Apple store for free.



Spectre app comes from the same team that launched the camera app named Halide. This app allows you to shoot the kind of mesmerizing photos you never thought could be taken from an iPhone alone.

Using a clever and creative approach, this app helps you take long exposure shots. Whether you want to create waves of light at night or want to make the cars and crowds disappear from daytime shots, you can do this using this app to take long exposure shots without having any tripod.

The reason is the app is actually stitching together multiple photos to achieve the final product behind the scenes. The app then lets you save your shots as Live Photos, enabling you to share the final picture or a clip of the entire process. The app is available only for iOS devices for $2.99.



Looking back at the past, it seems true that almost every year there comes an anonymous app in the market that goes viral and becomes famous among users. Yolo is one such app that went viral this year.

However, Yolo is a different app in a lot of ways. The app revolves around Snapchat and uses the company’s new developer platform. Its associated with Snapchat helped it achieve the viral status quite soon after its launch.

This Q&A app has proved that it is going to stay in the market for a much longer period of time than the other viral apps released at the same time. Yolo is available for free at the moment and can be downloaded from both Apple and Google Play Store. This means you can use this app for free on your Android and Apple devices.

Tap In


Tap In is a free meditation app that is only available for iOS devices at the moment. We are living in a word where meditation apps can be a billion-dollar business. Tap In is considered a refreshing and approachable alternative.

You may think of this app as the HQ Trivia of medication but it’s not really a game. The app arranges once-daily live meditation sessions. The sessions last for ten minutes and are guided by professionals. You can ‘tap in’ to the sessions from anywhere and at any moment.

The app itself is pretty basic and simple. All you need to do is focus on your breathing and some calming bubble animations will glide across your screen without any interference from the ads or pricey subscriptions.

When you’re using the app, you can only feel that it’s you, the bubbles, and the soothing voice of a meditation teacher coming from a distance.