Top 6 Lesser-known Start-ups Apps that Got a Huge Success

top-6-lesser-known-apps-that-got-a-huge-successWe are always hearing about success of some great apps like Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Subway Surfer, Candy Crush, etc. They sit at the heights where everybody thinks that nobody can beat them. Of course, you can’t beat or take their place, but that doesn’t mean you should stop generating ideas for making a new app. May be your app is not as good as Facebook messenger, but still, with your ideas and creativity you can give users something new to play with. Just like below given apps did.

Today, I am going to share with you top 6 lesser-known apps that didn’t got fame like the toppers, but at the same time, they don’t lack number of users. Below given apps have millennial users (still increasing).

Let’s have a brief look on them to pour some motivation in you:

1. Triller

Triller allows users to select a snippet of any song, act on it and record video using filters to share with your friends and community. Triller comes with a unique and desirable concept for today’s generation. I mean everybody imagines him/herself while seeing an actor/actress performing on some song. Triller makes their dream come true by providing them features that make their imagination come alive.

As a reward of its unique concept and eye-delighting features, Triller received 60,000 reviews on Google Play and 10 million downloads.

2. Kik

Kik is another social messaging app, but it allows you to chat with anyone without having a phone number. Just pick a username and start your chatting, this is how Kik works. Being a social messaging app, it is not the favourite of old age group people, but admired most by young generation. Apart from messaging services, another special quality of Kik is it allows students to ship product features that have a good chance of usage by massive people.

3. Yik Yak

Yik Yak is the most favourite of students as it allows you to create and view posts that are within the limits of your region. At Yik Yak, student users come to share events, courses, notes, etc., with others so that all can have access to common syllabus.

4. We Heart It

We Heart It app hears the voice of women who want to share ideas with others and want to take ideas from others. The app is a slight reminder of Pinterest and Tumblr as it allows you to share your images of art, fashion, celebrities, or anything from your great work or collection. We heart It is the home of 40 million teens which is a proof of its success.

5. Musical.ly

Musical.ly is the karaoke of Digital era. It gives access to discover your favourite songs, make your own videos and share with the whole world. You are allowed to upload at maximum 15-second video of your lips synching or dancing on the rythm of music.

6. Kimoji

This one is for the fans of Kim Kardarshains. Here, you will find Kim in different emoticons and you surely love them as the app is full of cartoonish version of Kim.

Wrapping Up

The above mentioned are not the toppers like Whatsapp and Facebook messenger, still they have enough users to continue their journey for a long. App developers, who are afraid to come up with their app ideas because of the fear of failure, must take these apps as the part of their inspiration. If you have an excellent app in your hands, you will get a good number of users too.

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