Verizon Wireless has begun offering subscribers reviews of mobile applications based on its engineers' assessment of their technical specs: how much the app will drain the battery as well as the megabytes of a data plan. The carrier has compiled a list of 20 Android or iOS apps that it says provide a "best in class" experience for wireless device users. Engineers also rated Google Play's best-selling 25 free and paid apps on their security, battery life and data consumption. A third list rates the 13 worst-performing apps.
Verizon rates best and worst apps on their technical specs
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