Wading through the 500,000 apps that make up the Mount Everest like App Store can be daunting. However, a new tool from Discovr aims to organize the mess that is the App Store organization in a intuitive graphical interface.
Discovr App, employs the knowledge of Tampus Nepsusz, to present apps in an ever-expanding graphical interface based on similarities. Nepsusz is a PhD in graph theory, and his vast experience and knowledge seemed to have worked.
The network of apps is based on a combination of algorithms and human curation. While there are bound to be some oddities in each network, having a graphical map of all the apps on the App Store would be insane. This is actually possible as each network of similarly created apps can be expanded as you go, but the number of pages necessary for such a feat would be quite unreasonable.
Source: Tech Crunch