Here is the list of Top 5 Non Transactional Apps
Justdial – Be it landlines or smartphones, Justdial has been India’s go to app for every phone solution. It has been a constant joke and the Justdial app continues to stay true to the original telephone directory with millions of listings and an opportunity to even interact and rate service providers through the app. A pretty cool app for all your local needs.
Orange Book Value – Orange Book Value is a platform that helps in determining the fair market price of used vehicles. It is basically an algorithmic pricing engine that suggests market value of used cars, used bikes and used scooters. Questions like what is the value of used car or used bike come to our mind when we decide to sell it or buy it. In this situation Orange Book Value uses real time data science to value depreciation of automobiles. It helps the sellers to put a fair price in front of the buyer, and for the buyers, it helps them get a product that serves great value for their money.
Ixigo Train App – Despite being the second most downloaded Train app in the country, this app is personally recommended by Google CEO Sundar Pichai which has many key features with a great user interface and design. This app not only provides details and status about the major and local trains but also about the best hotels you can stay with lots of deals on hotel rooms. Ixigo railway app is a great app to know about vacancy and availability of seats & berths, train and PNR status etc. Apart from all you can also figure out Train routes for offline use and also rate & review the trains.
Inshorts – Inshorts is one of India’s highest-rated news app, with more than 8 million downloads on Android and iOS. The app curates the most significant news items of the day and serves them to its users in just 60 words with a link to read the stories that interest them, in detail; the curated synopsis for each story is called a Short and is a pioneer offering from Inshorts which helps the users to save time and break through the clutter of clickbait headlines. The stories are carefully curated across categories like national, world, politics, business, sports, technology and entertainment, and are served in a strictly factual format. It also allows readers to scan through their preferred categories and bookmark ‘Shorts’ which they would like to read later.
Linkedin Slideshare – It is a Web-2.0 based slide hosting service. Users can upload files privately or publicly in the following file formats: PowerPoint, PDF, Keynote or OpenDocument presentation. Founded in 2006 with the goal of making knowledge sharing easy, Slideshare joined the LinkedIn family in 2012 and has since grown into a top destination for professional content. With over 18 million uploads in 40 content categories, it is today one of the top 100 most-visited websites in the world.