One of the best things going for the smartphones of our world is that they have countless different apps available to them. You can find apps that can turn anyone into a music composer, that let you strum along to your favorite existing beats, or allow you to identify where other people with your same name are. You can also purchase a music phone that is designed just for these music apps, and plays your favorite tunes. If you can think of some bizarre function that you might want to make use of, you can undoubtedly find that some programmer is seeking to make their fortune by creating an app for it. There might even be an app for naming your children.
Consider what that might look like. All you do is answer a few questions, such as you and your fellow parent’s name, and a few of your preferences. It then spits out a few different names based on a massive database and your criteria.
The point is, there are so many apps out, maybe it’s time we did a little arranging among them. There are literally millions of apps, just waiting to be categorized, slotted into genres and uses, and even niched into entirely different places. Maybe it’s time for us to go beyond having mere app stores, and move on to having “music app” stores or “geography app” stores instead. That way, people who are looking for a specific function can avoid having to do quite as much grunt work to find what the are looking for.