Which was the first iOS mobile app ever made?


by Akansha Bhatnagar, Negosentro.com | Which was the first iOS mobile app ever made? | It’s hard to comprehend a time when mobiles were used only to call. If you look through the development of mobiles it’s a major evident difference of usage and looks. Now, one can virtually do anything from Health to beauty with the help of his iPhone. As you know mobile apps are the reason behind such accessibility in form of mobiles can be developed into far many unimaginable forms and approach. Use the best iPhone manager to back up, export, import, and delete iPhone contents.

iPhone the first-ever smartphone launched in 2007 did not contain third-party software as CEO of Apple Steve Jobs believed the web apps available over the internet served enough functionality. But as innovation and enough is never enough the developers were able to jailbreak iPhone and started coding third-party applications for the app. Hence, at the launch of the iPhone 2.0 in 2008 the officially introduced App Store. The most addictive form of apps is games and the first-ever iPhone app was “Super Monkey Ball” to fully make use of the iPhone’s tilt controls. It was an engrossing game of hundred stages to roll their way through. This game easily ranked 1st all those years ago in the top paid. There are more original games from apple which you can find on apple arcade games. Now the game has not been updated for four years and cannot be seen in top-ranked games but holds up well and undeniable fun.

The iPhone app store collection has grown so much in number with passing years but still retaining its place to have the best ever collection of apps.

Akansha is the Technical Content Writer of Coding Brains. She interacts with multiple different Development teams in Coding Brains and writes amazing articles about new technology Segments Company is working on. Every now and then she also interview’s our clients and prepares video and audio feedback case studies.

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