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APP

abbr.
amyloid precursor protein

app

 (ăp)
n.
A computer application.

[Short for application.]

app

(æp)
n
(Computer Science) computing (esp downloaded to a mobile device) short for application program

app

(æp)
n.
Computers (informal). an application program; application software.
[1985–90]

app.

1. apparatus.
2. apparent.
3. appendix.
4. applied.
5. appointed.
6. approved.
7. approximate.
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According to state media, the company has recently removed around 25,000 apps from its Chinese store in an effort to cooperate the regime.
Industry analysts said that the popularity of apps also reflects the accelerated proliferation of mobile devices in China, transforming the country into an app-driven society.
This announcement came back in May during the company's F8 Developer conference and at the event, the company set August 1 as the deadline for businesses and developers to submit their apps again for review under the new guidelines.
For every two mobile apps released, one is a clone of an existing app.
Recent studies suggest that many apps do not make use of the best evidence and established health behavior change techniques to promote physical activity (3,7,9,13).