The Mobile World Congress show kicks off in Barcelona on Monday, and to celebrate we’ve published a free report called Best of British Apps, in association with UKTI and the ICT Knowledge Transfer Network.
It highlights 50 innovative apps developed and/or published by UK companies in recent times: not a definitive best-ever list, but more a snapshot of the kind of apps that are being produced here.
The report is embedded below, and you can also download it to read on your computer and mobile devices.
The full list of apps included is:
Absolute 80s Remixer, Adele, Artspotter, AudioFuel, Aurasma, Banksy Bristol Tour, BBC iPlayer, Betfair, Blippar, Brit Awards 2012, Chiltern Railways, Cinderella, Clear, Closet Swap, Cupple, Cyclepedia, Dancing On Ice, Dimensions, Doctor Who, Domino’s Pizza, ESPN Goals, Fanatix, Financial Times, Football Manager Handheld, Funpark Friends, Great British Chefs, Guardian, Heineken Star Player, London Bus Checker, Miss Selfridge, MPme, My Horse, Now! Official UK Top 40 Chart, Paper Glider Crazy Copter 3D, Shazam Player, Six3 Video Messenger, Skulls by Simon Winchester, Sky Go, Songkick Concerts, Streetmuseum, Take Me Out Flirting, Tap!, Tesco Groceries, The Walking Dead, The Week UK, This Day in Bob Dylan, Tinga Tinga Tales, Touchnote Postcards, Whale Trail and Zeebox.
Phew! We’d also like to let you know that the ICT KTN and UKTI are running a series of seminars at Mobile World Congress, focusing on key mobile industry themes. They’ll be taking place in Hall 8 at the show, and you can find out more in this PDF, or by visiting UKTI’s stand AV35 during the event.