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Appeer is a new app that exists solely to recommend you other apps

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A new app called Appeer has popped up on the Google Play Store that helps you find apps that you’ll want, or will probably want. The app takes the information it has learned about you to determine what your tastes are and then compares it to people with similar tastes to recommend apps that it thinks you’ll like. The creators of the app have even promised to never show you paid recommendations, which is certainly admirable. 

Appeer is a new Android app that just showed up in the Google Play store. Appeer helps you find apps you, very probably, want. The app combines information it has learned from you – the apps you’ve installed and engaged with the most, along with data from people with app tastes similar to yours – to deliver automated, word of mouth style organic app recommendations. Pretty cool, huh? Its creators swear you’ll never receive a paid recommendation in their app, which is a noble goal. More precisely, Appeer looks at your app inventory and those of people similar to you. If 3 or more of those people have an app you don’t have, said app is recommended to you. You can also follow people yourself. If you see somebody you think would be a good source of recommendations, you can follow them. We never override any manual follow with an auto-follow.

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