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Chorus Reveals Its Most Socially-Recommended iPhone Apps In November

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Chorus, the recently launched iPhone app that helps you discover other apps, is revealing the most recommended apps from their community. Developed by envIO Networks, Chorus is sort of like a mobile social network based around the apps that your friends have downloaded and lets you tap into your existing social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, to share with your friends. The app features real-time feeds from your designated friends (those who have also downloaded Chorus and whom you have friended) displaying the apps they are downloading, and what they are saying about them in the app.

Chorus’ technology will match your favorite apps against those your friends use, building a personalized and relevant list of recommended apps. Chorus will also ask your a series of questions to determine the types of apps your like. And you can share your favorite apps through social networks such as Facebook and Twitter and also invite them to test out Chorus.

envIO is now releasing the most popular and recommended paid and free apps in its community over the past month out of mote than 25,000 purchase and download attempts.

Top 10 Most Recommended Apps Among Chorus Community:

1. Eliminate Pro (free)
2. Shazam (free)
3. Gowalla (free)
4. Loopt (free)
5. WhatsApp Messenger ($0.99)
6. Google Earth (free)
7. PocketMoney ($4.99)
8. iFitness ($1.99)
9. WebMD Mobile (free)
10. Photoshop.com Mobile

Top 10 Free Apps for November 2009 based on buy attempts:

1. FunMail
2. AccuWeather.com
3. redbox
4. ShopSavvy
5. HD Radio
6. Black Friday
7. Stain Brain
8. Waze
9. Nearest
10. TowerMadness Zero: 3D Tower Defense

Top 10 Paid Apps for November 2009 based on buy attempts:

1. Touch DJ
2. Ravensword: The Fallen King
3. AppButler – App Organizer
4. Garters & Ghouls
5. Trillian
6. Park’n Find
7. Mail Notifier
8. Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies
9. MindMeister (mind mapping)
10. Big Buck Hunter Pro

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