9 apps that you used once but are not trendy any more

With the availability of smart phones at meager prices, it came handy to every other person walking down the street. Smart phones brought the internet on finger tips and then the App revolution began. We are the generation who has seen apps covering the world. Some applications entered the market and have adhered to us more than ever, whereas, a numerous apps became a fad and then slowly took the back door. You would have without a doubt used many such apps.

  1. Angry Birds

The first game in the series was initially released in December 2009. The series concentrates on multi-colored birds who attempt to spare their eggs from green-colored pigs.

  1. Talking Tom

This game is about virtually adopting a kitten called Tom, taking care of him – feed him, play with him and nurture him from a cute kitten to a fully-grown Tom cat. It was launched on 14th November 2013.

  1. Subway Surfer

It was set in motion on 24 May 2012. Players of the game take the role of high school criminals who, after being gotten in the demonstration of applying graffiti to a metro railroad site, keep running down the tracks to get away from the Inspector and his dog. As the law breakers run, they get gold coins out of the air while at the same time avoiding crashes with trains and different objects, and can also hop over the trains to dodge catch.

  1. Prisma

It was released on 11th June 2016. Prisma changes your photographs into works of art utilizing the styles of popular artists: Munk, Picasso and world acclaimed ornaments and patterns. A special blend of neural networks and artificial intelligence encourages you to transform memorable moments into ageless art.

  1. Temple Run

It was introduced on 4th August 2011. The game is an endless running game, there is no limit to the sanctuary; the player plays until the point that the character tumbles off the temple to their destruction or is eaten by the crazed monkeys.

  1. Candy Crush

It was propelled on 12th April 2012. The center game play depends on swapping two adjacent candies among a few on the game board as to make a line or segment of no less than 3 matching-colored candies. The game is split among many levels, which must be finished in succession.

  1. Dubsmash

It was made public on 14th November 2014. Using the application, users can pick a sound recording or sound bite from motion pictures, shows, music, and web patterns and record a video of themselves dubbing over that bit of sound.

  1. Fruit Ninja

It was set out on 21st April 2010.  In the game, the player must slice fruit that is tossed into the air by swiping the gadget’s touch screen with their finger.

  1. Pokémon GO

It came into existence on July 6 2016. As players move within their real world, their avatars move inside the game’s map. On the off chance that the Pokémon is effectively caught, it will go under the ownership of the player.

Being a millennial, be proud of living in this age of apps.