Appfall
Appfall
2.0.3

0.5

Appfall free download for Mac

Appfall

2.0.3
18 February 2012

Screensaver featuring top Mac and iOS apps.

Overview

Appfall is an interactive screensaver and simulation similar to the app wall from WWDC '10.

It downloads app icons from the iPhone/iPad/Mac top 400 charts for any region, category, or chart type, and drops them from the top of the screen laid out in a colorful rainbow.

It can also be set to display the more popular apps more often, can be set up to run as a screensaver, and supports multiple screens.

Appfall is also a great way to find new apps. Point at any icon to see the app's name, then click to see more information and a link to the App Store.

What's new in Appfall

Version 2.0.3:
  • Fixes issues retrieving data due to change in data format.

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2 Appfall Reviews

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Gobra
17 January 2011

Most helpful

I find it really cool to PAY for an app that ADVERTISES another apps. No, really :)
Like (8)
Version 1.0
Morgan-Alex
24 April 2011
One : a screensaver is not for staring at other devs apps imo Two : paying for this is stupid Three : Ignore
Like (3)
Version 2.0.1
2 answer(s)
Raddle
Raddle
20 June 2011
Some people want to learn about other apps. If they want to pay 99c, that's their business. You don't, so don't but it. Whatever. Did you even download this and try it? No - I'm sure the 99c was too scandalously expensive for you. So don't review it, and certainly don't give it a half-star rating. If you're so proud of being a 'dev', behave considerately towards others. And no, I'm nothing to do with the people who put this out. Just bored of people parading their prejudices rather than providing useful feedback on software.
Like (1)
Tim27
Tim27
18 February 2012
@Raddle: 99 cents would be fine, but $2.99 is a bit much for this.
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Gobra
17 January 2011
I find it really cool to PAY for an app that ADVERTISES another apps. No, really :)
Like (8)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
N-Flick
N-Flick
12 April 2011
AppFail sounds better.
Like (2)