Sleek Charts and Graphs Mobile Apps featuring Statistics

We are surrounded by a huge amount of information traffic that sometimes is difficult to comprehend in its pristine form. In order to skillfully interpret quite boring statistics designers employ verily unique methods that generally involve simple but effective presentation instruments such as tables, charts and graphs.

The latter two are a lifebuoy for mobile applications that are also rich in content, whether it is a traditional analytic assistant or simple weather forecast add-on. They are most suitable graphical tools for such small layouts simply because they don’t take up much space and able to briefly communicate data.

We have rounded up a list of striking mobile app interfaces that employ diagrammatic representation of statistical data and feature various neat charts and graphs.

Statistics Mobile Apps

Darius App by FunkTheHype. The designer ably combines sharp-cut lines, relatively huge type and smooth graphics in order to provide customers with a fresh and refined design. A pastel grey color palette makes layout look soft, and at the same time a bit illegible because of a lack of stark contrast between background and foreground elements that slightly destroys distinctness.

Darius App by FunkTheHype

Temperature Screen by UNKL is also based on a scanty coloring and overall minimal approach. Skillful combination of regular white and gentle blue gives the app a delicate feeling while a tiny graph leaves a lot of room and air.

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Temperature Screen by UNKL

App by Wiktor Nowak allows tracking your expenses, visually demonstrating key aspects with a help of a huge colorful pie chart that occupies most of the screen.

Simple Expense Tracker by Wiktor Nowak

Excursion Stats by Marcus Edvalson – The app efficiently demonstrates statistics by means of a garish coloring that easily stands out from a clean grey background, area chart with a polygonal touch that brings a lovely 3-dimensional appeal, and crisp typography that accurately sets figures apart.

Excursion Stats by Marcus Edvalson

Banking iPhone app by Anthony Aubertin is supposed to showcase statistics about your money. The designer wonderfully matches sleek dark background with gaudy colors that aimed to neatly emphasize figures. A contrasting blue-tone immediately draws the eye to graph on the bottom.

Banking iphone app by Anthony Aubertin

My Diet Diary by André Oliveira has a definitely optimistic vibe despite of being diet-related and using red as a core color. Such an optimistic atmosphere is mainly achieved by kaleidoscope of bright colors that are placed on a light clean background.

My Diet Diary by Andre Oliveira

Expenses manager app by DSEEER Kate. The designer capably mixes together typography and muted complementary color palette, making charts and tables look distinctive and subtle. Although each screen has a quite content intensive layout, contrast between background and foreground as well as a lot of whitespace saves the app from being messy and unreadable.

Expenses manager app by DSEEER Kate

EM by Seven gives a comprehensive overview of statistics, demonstrating data both via traditional table and visually-pleasant variegated pie chart. A range of colors perfectly complements pristine dark background.

EM by Seven

Bicycle app. The designer uses a conventional approach of using dark simple icons against a soft light background that never gets old and easily recreates a powerful contrast. The app represents data via neat clean bicolor doughnut and bar charts.

bicycle app

HELLO BANK! IPHONE APP includes a vibrant and rather funny bar chart that easily gives a notion about your account status, and effectively visualizes data.

HELLO BANK! IPHONE APP

MyBank by Dis Bazgutdinov is another sophisticated app that helps to interact with your bank account. Unlike the previous example, this app has a strong and serious businesslike atmosphere mainly due to its interface that is based on a dark background and subdued coloring.

MyBank by Dis Bazgutdinov

Analytics App by eyal zuri is an ambitious concept that includes several graphical instruments to display data. The designer plays on a contrast in order to naturally differentiate one functional block from another.

Analytics App by eyal zuri

Fairshare Web App by Simon Phillips has a bright and cheerful UI that is imbued with elegance and positive emotions. Light background fits quite well with motley bar chart made in a nifty flat style.

Fairshare Web App by Simon Phillips

Some new features for Mr Mood by 1Button. The app is aimed to keep up your spirits that is why it has a bright and energetic interface with lovely smiles. It also provides an owner with a couple of data visualization tools such as a jolly vibrant bar chart that takes up the whole space.

Some new features for Mr Mood by 1Button

Tally Up by Adam Becker is marked by an exquisite gradient background that makes every foreground element to pop up. An ultra-narrow font in conjunction with a subtle line chart ably enhances beauty of a design.

Tally Up by Adam Becker

Weathertron by Ryan Lucas. Although the app is expected to familiarize users with weather forecast, it has a rather strong analytic atmosphere. An interface demonstrates data – that is statistically aggregated and weighted – by means of various sleek charts.

Weathertron by Ryan Lucas

Tiny green app by Darina Matvienko looks soft and smooth chiefly due to employment of muted color scheme. Main layout is well-structured, and looks clear.

Tiny green app by Darina Matvienko

SigFig has a definitely content heavy interface that provides users with an in-depth and comprehensive data-driven management tool. Despite of being information overloaded, each screen looks well-balanced and properly-organized.

SigFig

iPhone app in progress by Chris. This app concept is based on a well-tried stripe layout that serves as a good base for showcasing information via small graphs. A huge type and bright colors immediately set apart essential points.

iPhone app in progress by Chris

Life minimal app by Budi Tanrim is a fresh take on a minimal approach. The designer employs soft one-color backgrounds in cooperation with flat graphics and neat charts to craft an elegant design.

Life minimal app by Budi Tanrim

iOS app by Vidas Bučinskas has a simple and intelligible UI. It features relatively huge line graph that immediately focuses attention on relationships between the data.

Check for appFigures iOS app by Vidas Bucinskas

Reflection

Compelling pie and bar charts as well as polished line graphs are widely-used visual mediums in various mobile apps that intend to demonstrate data in a convenient and unobtrusive manner. Being quite compact, visually-pleasing and eye-catching, they are able to effectively and succinctly display necessary information.

Nataly Birch

I'm an internet entrepreneur and an amateur web designer and developer from Sevastopol. In my spare time I read books, play board games and volleyball.

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4 Comments
  1. Soumya Raula Sep 19, 4:01 pm

    Nataly Birch , Its amazing that you have great taste and choice of color patterns , It feels so subtle but powerful as the contrast with each color gels very nicely.

    Great job done…

    I am also a aspiring web/Mobile App designer.

    Regards,
    Soumya

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  2. Gershom Charig Sep 19, 4:13 pm

    This also would be a nice add to this collection ;)
    http://dribbble.com/shots/1178954-MoneyFarm-iOS-App/attachments/154816

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  3. Diane Sep 19, 4:54 pm

    While I do agree that these apps are all pretty in some sense, I can’t help but feel like many of these apps miss the mark on good design principles. A majority of the apps showcased here have content that’s hard to read. Considering the fact that these are all showcasing data visualization, I’m surprised with how many aren’t concerned about the legibility of that data. A minimalist design shouldn’t be confused with a design that employs a minimal difference in color contrast. It’s disappointing to see so many apps being rewarded for looking pretty even when they fail to do the job that they’re supposed to do.

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  4. marqueth Sep 24, 11:59 pm

    In my defense i would like to say that i choose a gray pallete because i was sketching wireframes, the color pallete just like the design we choose after we aprove that sketch. I was not showing color or design scheme, just data organization :) and the image looks better on my portfolio hahahahahahahaha, but anyway i felt honored to appear on a site with such a relevance and inpiration for me. Thanks.

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