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The App List
Feb 11, 2011 (02:02 PM EST)


A Conclusive Tour Around the World's Best Apps From Apple to Symbian, Angry Birds to Zagat

LONDON, Feb. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- This weekend The Sunday Times will publish the first part of their definitive App List.  Covering all devices and formats, with 40 different top app categories and expert reviews, the guide is a must have for anyone who wants to get the most out of the latest in consumer technology.

Whether you are a tech geek who is first in the queue for the latest smartphone, or a newbie still finding their way around the tablet you got for Christmas, The Sunday Times App List will give you a guided tour around the rich and diverse world of the best apps available.

The full list will be published in The Sunday Times and will be available online via http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/public/applist/article540389.ece. The online version will be fully interactive, allowing users to search through the apps by category, price and platform to find just what they are looking for – from entertainment to business, films to fitness readers can also directly click and buy from the list.

The guide has been compiled by experts in the relevant fields and regular Sunday Times app reviewers. Some were included for their practicality and usefulness whilst others were selected because they were brilliantly fun and addictive.

The Sunday Times App List runs across two weekends with 250 in part 1 and 250 in part 2 and will review each app in detail. The list does not just include top iPhone apps or the best Android apps but covers all the most popular devices (iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Nokia and Kindle).

From the 13th February the guide will include categories covering games, social networking, news, sport, business, food, shopping and money.  The second part of the guide, available from the 20th February, will include categories covering music, film, books, travel, fitness, gardening, DIY, science and the weather.

To find out more visit http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/public/applist/article540389.ece

SOURCE The Sunday Times