The Best Australian Made Smartphone Apps 

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Australian developed apps have never been more popular according to the latest research. In fact the country’s app economy has resulted in 136,000 jobs by January 2019 a 20 per cent increase from March 2017.  These apps are hugely popular globally and are being used in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany. If you are interested in which apps developed in Australia, that are not just popular here, but all over the world here are a few.


The company that developed iAuditor was founded in 2004 by its current CEO Luke Anear in 2004. The app simplifies the auditing process and businesses can quickly report issues and prevent any incident escalating due to limited visibility. The app has become so important, that iAuditor is now the most in use checklist inspection app globally, used in 80 countries by some very large companies.


Invoice2go was launched in 2009 by a small business owner who wanted to help his family of tradespeople find a better way to invoice. The app makes it much easier for self employed people  to create and send polished professional invoices designed as the name suggests for people on the go. The app is currently being used by more than a quarter million single or two person businesses spanning 160 countries and more.


Sweat is a health and fitness app for females. It started off simply as an online program but in 2015 the owners converted it into an iPhone app. It is now one of the most successful apps in the genre on the iStore and in 2018 was awarded the Apple TV App of the Year for helping women globally achieve their health and wellness objectives whilst having fun.


This app is the first community-based Augmented Reality (AR) shopping app with unique geolocation features. The app allows shoppers to find claim and share deals around them, both in store or online. It was launched at the end of last year and changes the way people will shop.