65 App Quotes On Success In Life

These app quotes will inspire you. App abbreviation for application: an application, especially as downloaded by a user to a mobile device.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging app quotes, app sayings, and app proverbs.

Best App Quotes

  1. “So evidently music was a killer app and is a killer app for computer and the Internet; it just took the tech industry a long time to hear that message.” ~ Thomas Dolby
  2. “Mostly I use the O2 as an X terminal, however, running my apps on Linux and displaying remotely.” ~ Jamie Zawinski
  3. “The killer app that got the world ready for appliances was the light bulb. So the light bulb is what wired the world. And they weren’t thinking about appliances when they wired the world. They were really thinking about – they weren’t putting electricity into the home. They were putting lighting into the home.” ~ Jeff Bezos
  4. “There’s a new Facebook app that will post a final status update for you after you die. That’s ridiculous. I don’t need someone to change my status when I die. I need them to water my Farmville crops.” ~ Jimmy Fallon

  5. “Apple is developing a service called Home Kit that will allow people to operate gadgets like garage openers and thermostats through one app. In related news, please don’t tell my parents about this. I can’t be explaining this stuff every week.” ~ Jimmy Fallon
  6. “Don’t just buy a new video game, make one.
    Don’t just download the latest app, help design it.
    Don’t just play on your phone, program it.” ~ Barack Obama
  7. “The Shakespeare Pro App is simply terrific and filled with loads of wonderful information!” ~ Ken Ludwig
  8. “It’s a lot easier to think of an app and write it than it is to convince people to want it.” ~ Steve Wozniak

  9. “I use an app called ChoreMonster. The kids earn points for brushing teeth or picking up the dog poop. It’s genius.” ~ Julie Bowen
  10. “Where past generations had film cameras, scrapbooks, notebooks, and that part of the brain which stores memories, we now have a smartphone app for every conceivable recording need. The thing is, all that time you spend logging and then curating the quotidian aspects of your daily life is time taken away from actually doing things.” ~ Graydon Carter
  11. “The younger generation is surrounded by the Internet, apps, and video games. But somehow, my books make them read.” ~ Chetan Bhagat
  12. “Now, as smartphones are coming up, there are all kinds of apps that will start to be developed that will help women.” ~ Melinda Gates

  13. “Whether I’m on the road or at home, I get a great deal done on elliptical machines. I use my iPad to conquer my email inbox, listen to audiobooks, use my Voxer Walkie Talkie app, and read through documents.” ~ Amy Jo Martin
  14. “On mobile, what are the core apps? It’s basically messaging, mapping, and review data.” ~ Jeremy Stoppelman
  15. “As Android, iPhone, and other mobile platforms grow, we are moving away from the page-based Internet. The new Internet is app-centric and often message-centric.” ~ Keith Teare , Android App quotes
  16. “People used to want to be filmmakers and animators; now they want to make apps.” ~ Bill Plympton

  17. “A white noise app wouldn’t work for me – I would be too distracted by the non-white noise noises I could still hear, even more, distracted than I would otherwise be. So I have to just accept the regular noises.” ~ Shane McCrae”
  18. “If we do have any iPhone users out there, I have incredibly great news for you. I’ve developed after about six months and finally perfected and it’ll be out on the market soon, an app that you’ll all want. It allows you to make a phone call.” ~ Kevin Pollak
  19. “I don’t speak anything fluently, but I love picking up languages and I do this Duolingo app. I started when I moved to Sweden when I was about 19, 20. I really loved the language; it was super melodic and really sexy.” ~ Eliot Paulina Sumner
  20. “I only watch National Geographic Channel, and also I have the app on my phone. I’m into astronomy and love to learn about new facts.” ~ Sonu Nigam

  21. “There’s no app for a bourbon buzz on a warm day in a cool, dark bar. The world will always want a drink.” ~ Gillian Flynn
  22. “The founders of Snapchat last year turned down a $3 billion offer from Facebook and a $4 billion offer from Google. It was a surprising show of integrity from the guys who invented the app that lets you look at pictures of boobs for five seconds.” ~ Cecily Strong
  23. “Best of all, persons can sometimes be app-transcendent: making dramatic progress or discoveries, without any dependence on any app. In this context, I like to mention Steve Jobs. While he had as much to do as anyone with the invention and development of apps, he NEVER was limited by the current technology – indeed, he typically transcended it and relied on his own considerable wits.” ~ Howard Gardner
  24. “It got to a point where there were so many apps and stuff on my phone that I started getting overwhelmed because there were so many things to check. Just Instagram and Twitter are what I stick to these day.” ~ Kaitlyn Dever

  25. “I am prescribing a lot more apps than medications these days.” ~ Eric Topol
  26. “One of the really fascinating areas is marketplaces that take advantage of mobile devices. Ridesharing is the obvious example, but that’s just the start of it, of selling goods and services with lightweight mobile apps.” ~ John Collison
  27. “Books are surviving in this intense, fragmented, hyper-accelerated present, and my sense and hope is that things will slow down again and people will want more time for a contemplative life. There is no way people can keep up this pace. No one is happy. Two or three hours to read should not be an unattainable thing, although I hope we get to that stage without needing a corporate-sponsored app to hold our hand. The utopian in me has my fingers crossed that we haven’t quite figured out the digital future just yet. After all, the one thing we know about people: they always surprise.” ~ Junot Diaz
  28. “And home pregnancy tests? They are so last century. Nowadays, I think there’s an app that calls your iPhone to warn you that if you finish that third cosmo, you may wind up with a wombmate.” ~ Lizz Winstead

  29. “I don’t understand what apps are on my phone. Why do they ask for passwords? Why do they all ask for different passwords? It’s so frustrating that I end up just reading a book every time I try to go online.” ~ Chelsea Handler
  30. “Cloud Foundry will not differentiate you, your apps will.” ~ Colin Humphreys
  31. “Photoshop should be a free-to-play game. There’s not really a difference between very traditional apps and how they enhance productivity and wandering around a forest and killing bears.” ~ Gabe Newell
  32. “They don’t want you to wear the Saint Lauren fur, they don’t want you to break App Store, they don’t want you to be the biggest boss in the game. So what we go’n do is we go’n win more.” ~ DJ Khaled

  33. “A person who is app-dependent is always searching for the best app; and as soon as its routine has been executed, the person searches for the next app. A person who is app-enabled also uses apps frequently. But he or she is never limited by the current array of apps; apps will free the person to do what he or she wants to do, or needs to do, irrespective of the next application of the app. An app-enabled person can also put devices away, without feeling bereft.” ~ Howard Gardner
  34. “In places like India with smartphones, there’s an app now for women if they’re in a violent situation, they can press one button. They’ve given their cell phone number to five trusted friends, and right away their GPS location goes out: “Here I am.”” ~ Melinda Gates
  35. “I was actually thinking about starting like an app where you can watch videos of me carrying Daniel [Radcliffe in Swiss Army Man].” ~ Paul Dano
  36. “I like to download as many apps as I can – especially the ones with games and gadgets.” ~ Stefano Gabbana

  37. “We’re being asked to continually be “authentic” and “honest” with the world through social media. There’s a demand to post our wedding pictures, baby pictures (only minutes after the birth), our relationship status, and our grief and joys on Facebook and Instagram. Similarly, we construct persona through dating apps and networking sites. All of these social media networks exert pressure on us to share the personal details of our lives with unknown masses. So the pressure on the characters in “Openness” isn’t merely romantic, but public/social as well.” ~ Alexander Weinstein
  38. “I do feel there is a certain amount of distance and apathy that’s created when you feel like there’s a distance between you and the other people. So it’s very easy to… when you have an app that sets it up where you very clearly swipe somebody’s face off of your screen because you don’t like the way they look, you’re asking people to not appeal to their best selves. You’re asking people to be brutal.” ~ Rashida Jones
  39. “What is the emotion of an empty inbox? An unliked Post? An ignored dating app message? I think there’s a great loneliness that much of our society is running from, and we search for relief in our phones and computers, our online communities, our social networks of friends.” ~ Alexander Weinstein
  40. “I think overseas viewers assume that Black Mirror is written by the Unabomber, essentially – a Ludd­ite, technology-hating, angry old man waving his fist at the App Store.” ~ Charlie Brooker

  41. “Of course, the whole photographic process has been made much faster, cleaner and far more accessible to people by digital innovations, which is really great. Everybody now has a camera, often as part of our phone, and most of these cameras require little to no technical training. An enormous variety of apps also enable us to take short cuts to finished images. We hardly need to even think anymore.” ~ Michael Kenna
  42. “Whether through TV, film, online, app, or web, we will find ways to tell our stories with authenticity, and engage with our viewers beyond traditional means.” ~ Sam Branson
  43. “I came up with this idea to create an app. And the premise of the app is this: every problem in the bar business goes away when there’s sales. You increase revenue and you solve every problem. It’s when the revenues are low that [the business] doesn’t work. So I wanted to put together an app that focused on top-line revenue, guest experience, and business management in a more organized way.” ~ Jon Taffer
  44. “I’ve had a best-practices reputation in this industry for a long time. I don’t know anything about those other apps, because in the bar space, there really are none.” ~ Jon Taffer

  45. “20-some years ago, I’d have a big old radio with a tape deck, and I’d hit record and try to get something down on the tape, but nowadays, I can use my handy little smartphone; I sing into the app for voice memo.” ~ Mary Chapin Carpenter
  46. “One of the big myths about people growing up is that they are “digital natives;” that just because they’ve been raised with the Internet – that you’re very adept at using the app on your phone – it doesn’t mean you have any idea about how the Internet actually works.” ~ Astra Taylor
  47. “I have the feeling that the magazine can reach many more people than it reaches and has something to offer that not everyone knows who should know it. That’s why we’re starting an app, and that’s why we do the blog. But editorially, I think it’s mainly a matter of keeping your eyes peeled. You just really don’t know what’s going to come along.” ~ Lorin Stein
  48. “You don’t need to waste money on a fancy program or app to do a basic budget. I’ve been using a simple Excel spreadsheet since 2005 to track my monthly budget.” ~ Michelle Singletary

  49. “I wake up early enough every morning to have some alone time. I have an app called Simply Being that’s made for meditation. I do that for 5-10 minutes in the morning. Somehow, it helps make the chaos of life have some sort of definition. Exercise, too, keeps me able to deal with everything and not get too stressed.” ~ Kevin Griffin
  50. “I love my job so much. I thought, what a cool way for kids to learn, via assignment, via reporting. I learn so much as an adult going around and covering these stories. How fun it would be to do it via a storybook app and cartoon characters. My daughter can work on an iPhone and iPad like crazy. That’s their world. If you can use that, use it educationally.” ~ Nancy O’Dell , iPhone App quotes
  51. “Your immediate environment is comprised of coffee shops, supermarkets, websites, apps and all kinds of things – none of which have an interest in your long-term or short-term financial well-being.” ~ Dan Ariely
  52. “One of my favorite apps is VSCO, which is for editing photos. I think they have great filters. And then I read the New York Times.” ~ Kiernan Shipka

  53. “A lot of people say, “Ah, Rush, don’t read the comments. You can’t. This is loony…” You can’t ignore this stuff. These people vote, and they are huge in number, and every social media app you can find from Twitter to Facebook, to LinkedIn, whatever the hell it is, they dominate.” ~ Rush Limbaugh
  54. “Just invest in apps. Just download apps and then pay yourself the dividend.” ~ Carrie Brownstein
  55. “Especially with iPhones, iPads and apps, there’s just so much detachment that you’re just flicking your fingers on a smooth surface to get the weather or whatever.” ~ Tristan Perich
  56. “I think Comedy Central and probably all channels are on their way toward being apps accessible on whatever the Roku of the future is.” ~ Andy Daly

  57. “The App Store has democratized the creation of content. As a 12-year-old kid, I was able to put my application on the store. No one knows whos behind the screen so you cant tell Im a 12-year-old.” ~ Nick D’Aloisio
  58. “Stay open to as many new tools and think of as many ways you can to utilize them to your advantage. This not only includes equipment and hardware but also software or apps like Sun Seeker and social media outlets like Instagram and Twitter to build community.” ~ Vincent Laforet
  59. “I’ve tried many different types of alarm apps, but the tried and true is the iPhone alarm. I like it because you can label your alarms. For my personal amusement, I’ve labeled them 3 a.m. for ‘ridiculously early,’ 3:30 is just ‘early,’ and 4 is ‘slacker.'” ~ Savannah Guthrie
  60. “The only people who don’t love apps are pundits who don’t understand that apps aren’t really in opposition to the open Internet. They’re just superior clients to open Internet services.” ~ John Gruber

  61. “Stuff like photos and events and groups – we’ve built pretty basic versions of those apps to start but they ended up being so much more used because of their social integrations.” ~ Mark Zuckerberg
  62. “For 500 years the West patented six killer applications that set it apart. The first to download them was Japan. Over the last century, one Asian country after another has downloaded these killer apps- competition, modern science, the rule of law and private property rights, modern medicine, the consumer society and the work ethic. Those six things are the secret sauce of Western civilization.” ~ Niall Ferguson
  63. “I don’t feel like a different person. My motivation has always been to do technology apps and companies, not making money. Just because the money’s come, nothing’s changed.” ~ Nick D’Aloisio

  64. “I don’t think there should be apps specific to a tablet…if someone makes an ICS app it’s going to run on phones and it’s going to run on tablets.” ~ Andy Rubin
  65. “Our goal is to not just be a photo-sharing app, but to be the way you share your life when you’re on the go.” ~ Kevin Systrom

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