The fastest-growing apps in 2023

This is not an : apps have become an integral part of our daily lives. There are tools to carry out multiple tasks — from design to security, communication, marketing, travel, HR, cloud apps, development, collaboration… the list goes on.

So how to decide which ones are worth our time and attention?

Okta’s recent Business at Work report is a good start.

They have analyzed data from more bonus new member 100 than 17,000 global customers to point out the Ten Fastest-Growing Apps in the World (by user numbers), with Year-over-Year Customer Growth ranging from 81% to an impressive 172%. We bring you the results!

Note: Results are shown in percentages — not absolute numbers of users, and they’re based on OKTA customer data — not full market. For further insights, check out ’s post about last year’s report here.

Some may be familiar to our readers, such as Notion, Navan, or Figma — all of which already made it to the list last year. Others may be lesser known if you’re not from the area — but you can catch up with a quick intro.

Now let’s dive into the ten fastest-growing apps in 2023!

1. Kandji

Taking the number one spot for the fastest growing app of 2023 is Kandji, an Apple device management and security tool, with 172% YoY growth by number of customers.

This platform enables IT administrators to automate repetitive tasks and introduce new features to the device management space, making it an invaluable tool for IT teams looking to manage and secure remote devices.

You can use it to enforce OS versions across devices, deploy an auto app or a custom app, configure FileVault, and achieve security framework compliance. Kandji will help you mitigate risk on your macOS from software vulnerabilities and stop threats before they happen.

2. Grammarly

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In second place is Grammarly, a writing assistant app that helps users communicate clearly and effectively.

Grammarly’s AI-powered tool basically helps you proofread and edit all your texts. It checks for spelling, grammar, and punctuation mistakes — and also gives you suggestions to improve your writing style and tone.

The app is really easy to use, with plenty of integrations available — so you can make sure your documents are error-free and communicate your ideas effectively anywhere.

3. Bob

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Rounding out the top three is Bob, an HR tool that has been steadily gaining popularity. In 2021, it grabbed second place among HR tools in the EMEA region, and this year it racked up 123% YoY customer growth globally.

Bob offers a range of features, including out-of-the-box onboarding, workflows, performance management, and compensation management.

The platform has many automations and integrates with leading payroll providers, so that you have everything needed to operate efficiently.

4. Notion

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Notion is a collaborative workspace that has taken the productivity world by storm — it’s no wonder it ranked 1st last year, and now has won 4th place. 

It’s an all-in-one tool that combines note-taking, task management, and project organization in one seamless interface. The platform can be adapted to any workflow, making it ideal for teams of all sizes to work together and share information. You can get lots of templates from their large and active community, making it extra easy to get started.

As of now, they have launched Notion AI, an add-on that uses artificial intelligence like ChatGPT to help you work faster. You can generate summaries, get insights, brainstorm ideas, create first drafts, and quickly action items — a valuable resource for creative workers!

5. Prisma Access

Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks aims to provide a safe connection to the internet, cloud, and data center applications for all of your users, no matter where they are located.

With scalability and global coverage, you don’t have to worry about sizing and deploying firewalls at your branches or building out and managing appliances in collocation facilities.

There’s a simplified way to onboard Prisma Access with their app, or you can use Panorama to deploy Prisma Access and leverage your existing configurations. Either way, you won’t be able to switch

between interfaces later, and features and IPSec parameters supported vary depending on that.

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