Top 5 Mobile App Designs of January 2020

January 29, 2020

With 2020 well underway, it’s time that we settle in and make sure we accomplish our resolutions. You might want to workout more or read more books, but here at we just want to admire more amazing mobile app designs in 2020. So in order to kick off the year on the right foot, we’ve scoured the internet and app stores to bring you the very first roundup of the year. Read on to learn more. 

1. Trusona by Trusona, Inc.

We’re in a new decade and that means that it’s time to finally put some of the issues annoying our society to rest once and for all. Passwords are one of those annoyances: can’t live with them, can’t live without them in a digital society. Trusona makes passwords a thing of the past, whether you’re using single sign on, a typical email and password, or even a cumbersome two factor authentication set up. The mobile app design is as simple as can be, as it focuses on getting users password free as fast as possible. It is known for its clean, purple and while design, not to mention its rounded buttons and minimal copy.

Source: Trusona

2. SleepScore™ by SleepScore Labs

There is nothing that can set you up for a day quite like a restful night of sleep. Sleep: we all need it, but not everyone can get as much as they need. But getting consistently high quality sleep is as good for your health as it is for your productivity. That’s where Sleep Score comes in to take sleep tracking to the next level. Its night sky theme helps users understand the duration and quality of their sleep, not to mention providing advice for improving sleep habits over time. The mobile app design largely fits in with a dark color scheme that makes sense since users could often be using it at night when their eyes and brains are more sensitive to bright lights. One section of the app that breaks away from this is the sleep details screen that breaks down key metrics, such as how much REM sleep you got with vibrants colors that measure each number.

A photo of SleepScore, Top 5 Mobile App Designs of January 2020Source: SleepScore

3. Fantastical 2 for iPhone by Flexibits Inc.

After you’re able to improve your sleep schedule, it’s time to start working on your daily schedule. One of your resolutions for the year may be to get more out of each day. Fantastical 2 makes this possible by providing an app that gives you insight into your personal and professional schedule so that you can stick to it and accomplish more. This mobile app design takes the concept of a digital calendar to the next level, easily covering events and reminders alike. It incorporates a white and red layout and color codes reminders and events to make sure you understand what’s in store for you in the coming days. The design element that we like the most is a feature that allows you to snooze an alert for 10 minutes all the way up to two days. After all, some tasks can be postponed further into the future, while others really need to be done sooner rather than later.

A photo of Fantastical 2, Top 5 Mobile App Designs of January 2020Source: Flexibits

4. Tasty by BuzzFeed

If you’re like us and want to cook more in 2020, Tasty just might be the app for you. It helps you learn new recipes by watching fun tutorial videos, swiping through shopping lists, and providing step-by-step instructions to help bring out the inner chef hiding even in novice cooks. This mobile app design is candy coated, with bright pink and turquoise occupying the top and bottom of most screens. On the average day, users can swipe through delectable looking images on square cards until they find the recipe that inspires them. Lastly, it incorporates the larger Tasty community by providing bright scores of what percentage of people would make that dish again or enabling them tips for other cooks that others can show support for using a turquoise thumbs-up.

A photo of Tasty, Top 5 Mobile App Designs of January 2020

Source: PC Approid

5. Copilot by Copilot Money, Inc.

Copilot is a brand new app that helps users understand where their money is going so that they budget effectively and achieve their financial goals. Many compare it to Mint, the long-standing budgeting app, but Copilot stands out with its mobile app design. With a trustworthy blue background, categories explained by emojis, and colorful graphs to track spending, Copilot is a fascinating entrant to the personal finance space.

A photo of Copilot, Top 5 Mobile App Designs of January 2020Source: Product Hunt

That wraps up the apps for January, but if you’d like to explore some of our other favorite mobile app designs, check out our December 2019 installment

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