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  • Americans spend more time than ever on apps
  • Americans spend more time than ever on apps
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Americans spend more time than ever on apps

The genius of the iPhone wasn’t so much the device itself – the first generation had many flaws – as the fact that it brought apps into the mainstream. Since then, billions have been downloaded, and the latest data shows that users are spending more and more time with them.

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