It seems like there’s an app for everything, even for finding apps. Launched today, Mobilewalla is a slick new search tool that rates and ranks mobile applications sold on Apple, Android, Blackberry and Windows 7 app stores.
The interface is colorful and fun to navigate. Users can search for apps by category, name, price or keywords and will find them ranked according to the usefulness of the app as well as the reputation of the developer.Â Currently, Google Maps tops the list of “All Time Greats,” with an app score of 99 out of 100.Â Apple is also leading the app race with 373,052 applications made at time of this post, with Android following closely behind at 234,489.
“We aim to be for the app world a comprehensive consumer guide as well as an unbiased rating system,” said Mobilewalla founder and executive chairman Anindya Datta, Phd., in a statement.
Datta’s last venture, Chutney Technologies, was acquired by Cisco Systems in 2005.Â Mobilewalla, which is based in Atlanta, GA, received funding from private investors and scientific research grants from government agencies in Singapore.