Which is the most beautifully designed app according to you?

An app that you will give a perfect 10 in terms of design.
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Robinhood is pretty great
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@grantmduncan I agree, I remember one day noticing how the gold buttons were shaped like ingots and the metallic shine on them would move around based on my accelerometer.
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@0x13a yeah, it used to be good and then they decided to launch a new app that automatically decides your pickup point.
Such a subjective question. Love it. For me I’d say Stripe. Those guys are just killing it in terms of UX design.
@mickc79 Really? I disagree. I think it's pretty confusing and ugly.
@mickc79 100% agree. Stripe is amazing all around, design included.
Dropbox Paper
YouTube & Inbox from Google
Stripe definitely.
@rafyasarmatta +1 on this. The best payment experience I've had as a customer.
@arunsathiya I haven't used it much but I'm inspired by their design. It's amazing. It's a different world altogether.
@ankitnarayan1 what's special about any.do? I have heard a lot use it, but I find it hard to move away from Google Keep.
Games apart, here are some of my personal favorites: iOS - Weather, for its timeless simplicity. - Halide, for its attention to detail. - Uber, for its great visual design and subtle animations. - Lonely Planet Guides, for its delightful user experience (biased). - VSCO, for its unique and different aesthetics. - New App Store, for its great use of the iOS11 design patterns. Android - Pinterest, for its personality and smooth experience. - Google Arts & Culture, for its beautiful way to present many types of content. - Quartz, for its unique chat-based interface. - Shazam, for its colorful animations and handy gestures. - Pocket Casts, for its great adoption of Material Design.
1.)Things 3. Amazing use of syncing to deliver a consistent feel across your iphone, mac & watch. The pull to search & drag to add are specifically my favorite designs features. 2.) Squares "Cash App" uses the snapchat model of gesture based screen navigation but a little bit more accessible. Simple and clean, but fun at the same time. 3.) Coinbase, simply for the awesome horizontal price picker you get when setting tickers. 4.) Auxy, anyone who likes night or dark themes will appreciate the clean and minimal design of this app.
Web app: Stripe Mobile app: Acorns
Feedr - It's really well laid out because Android fonts/menus are generally quite beautiful and it emulates those.
To stay away from the giants such as fb and twitter, i would say that TV Time ( @toze ) has a really nice UI 🤩. PH is also clean and nicely done! (also, you can check ConnSuite.com for a modern design)
Things 3 easily had my favorite app design of 2017, though it doesn't quite beat NeuBible for the top spot on my most beautiful apps list.
Google data studios
Alfred for the Mac, because it's not there until you want it, and when you do it works flawlessly and then vanishes.
- Pocket - Airbnb - Any.do
Magnet for Mac. Because of the availability of keyboard shortcuts. The only window management app I've used and I love it.
The Nike+ Run Club app has improved spectacularly year over year. New features, intuitive design, and gamification make the app something I enjoy using - even if I'm putting in a few miles on the treadmill.
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