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One App to Rule Them All (A Horror Story)
September 22, 2016
Let’s lay out some mobile app facts and see where they lead us: 1. Most people only use a few apps. According to comScore’s 2016 US Mobile App Report, 49% of smartphone users downloaded no ...read it
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