[Namibia Economist] These days there seems to be an app for everything. Every product or service has been turned into an app and the world can’t seem to function without them. A mere five to 10 years ago we didn’t have apps, we went to a website if we needed anything, or physically went to a shop and spoke to someone or possibly phoned a helpline. It is worth examining why apps are so popular and an intrinsic part of our world.
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