Although the hand spinner has swept the world and the majority of people have this toy, some people still have no chance to get one, like China. SO it is a good opportunity for developers to develop smartphone apps for users.
Good for the Ketchapp and Words Mobile studios, which had this balcony a few days before other producers: in addition, the free applications made by these companies already total more than 15 million.
By the way, the owner of Ketchapp is the French producer Ubisoft, owner of popular brands like “Assassin’s Creed”, “Far Cry” and “Just Dance”.
According to a study of the Sensor Tower website, the online stores of handsets with iOS and Android already add more than 300 different applications inspired by the toy sensation.
As you might guess, hand spinner apps do not bring a lot of new spin on real spinners. You can spin a digital version of hand spinners and the more you spin, the more virtual money you get for.
For those who are struggling to buy a spinner (either for themselves or for a child), the digital version may end up being a more practical and cheaper solution to get into this wave.