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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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The feature, along with the Digital Wellbeing app, is already available on the Android 10 beta.
The Americans also have an app called 'Daily Lives Recycling: Plastics.' This app suggests to the user ideas on how to recycle plastics, which reports say account for up 10 percent of an average person's lifetime waste disposals!
It is well and good that you are paying a lot more attention on providing a rich and engaging content to entice the users to the app. However, you have to focus equally on the user experience if you want your app to land on a successful note.
Paying attention to the number of downloads, app ratings and reviews when downloading apps from Google Play is important, besides entering sensitive information into online forms only when one is sure of their security and legitimacy.
"We have already removed many apps and developers for trying to distribute illegal gambling apps on our App Store, and we are vigilant in our efforts to find these and stop them from being on the App Store," Apple said in a statement.
According to the institute, the country's app economy has outpaced the majority of markets globally, be it the overall time spent using apps, the number of apps used or the amount of money spent on them.
1 -- Facebook is cutting off the Application Programming Interface (API) access for apps. No, not all apps.
For every two mobile apps released, one is a clone of an existing app.
Written descriptions posted by the app developers were evaluated by two investigators using components of the Precede-Proceed Health Promotion Model as a guide (5).
One possible solution is a risk-based and personalized assessment approach to evaluating mental health apps. Although it does not offer scoring or recommendations of specific apps, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) App Evaluation Model (Figure) provides a framework to guide discussion and informed decision-making about apps.
Hybrid apps are like any other apps that you see in the app store.