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    Lightbulb Demands for Mobile Apps are Decreasing?


    Came across an article on Yahoo finance where a recent survey suggests that the bloom could be off of mobile app rose. One reason mentioned in the article is the advancement of html5, which allowing users to go to a business website directly without using mobile respective apps. However, that may true for business connecting apps as indicated in the article, but there would be still demands for productivity and utility type apps, and games for sure. It is so true that being a top ranked apps helps drive the sales as those are more visible to the users when they browse the store.

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    I agree with this statement:
    Why do apps get less love from some users? An app makes more sense if you plan on connecting with a particular business frequently enough to justify taking the time to download the app in the first place. If you're addicted to Starbucks or Tim Hortons, for example, it's likely worth your while to have their respective apps on your device. But if you're searching the mobile web for a one-time purchase, an app for a particular retailer you're probably not going to visit again anytime soon, if at all, would be overkill.
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