StumbleUpon has been a great service for casual surfers to discover new and interesting pages on the web. Now the service has turned its focus on the Android app marketplace as the company has launched a new feature on their Android app that will offer personalized app recommendations to users based on their preferences.
Of course, being a crowdsourced tool, you cannot expect the application to be very accurate at the moment, but that should improve though as more and more people use the service. If you are too touchy about issues such as privacy, you should probably give this a skip. That’s because the StumbleUpon app, with your permission, collects information about apps on your Android phone in order to make the recommendations.
You can download the latest version of the app by clicking here. Do you think the app does a good job in recommending applications?