- n. Plural form of app.
“Have you used any free iPhone apps that generate revenue for their creators by running small ads above or below the apps\ 'primary content?”
“May 31, 2009 at 3:44 PM as the developer of Growl for Windows, the single biggest complaint i get is that "it doesnt support enough apps". actually, GFW supports any app that sends it a notification, just like Growl on Mac. not that many *apps* support GFW yet, but i am working hard on it. when Lifehacker featured it earlier this month, i think only 4 apps had support, now that list is 3x the size only a few weeks later not to mention the command line interface, Snarl support, and all of the programming interfaces in a number of languages.”
“But until 2007, nobody used the term apps except the people who wrote them -”
“There's a new apps section (odd that MSFT went with the term apps) with some varied content.”
“You wrote: "odd that MSFT went with the term apps …”
“What I love most about it and that it has head and shoulders above the other apps is a nice crisp tiny font (it now even gives you a choice of 3 different fonts so you can find just the right one in the size you most prefer – I like ProFonts in the smallest size).”
“(The audience, though, liked Nitobi the best.) 80legs is building a platform for "Web-scale" applications, which it defines as apps that deal with the ocean of data and transactions, just like a search engine (like Google) does.”
“As last time I used a software solution on a Symbain S60 phone the playback was terrible but maybe I'm still judging apps from a 5 year old software decoded experience.”
“Yankee Group forecasts an explosion in apps in 2014, up to 11 billion.”
“I prefer software (and my framed page) on the HDD and Flash RAM not just because I prefer certain apps, but because internet access isn't available on every computer at work, only some of them.”
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