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  • Self-care is Apple's app trend-of-the-year for 2018
  • Self-care is Apple's app trend-of-the-year for 2018
    Derick Anies (2018) ©
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Self-care is Apple's app trend-of-the-year for 2018

Apple has identified self-care as the key trend of 2018 in its annual ratings of the most popular and significant apps for the iPhone and iPad. And it's the second year Apple has singled wellness out, underlining how important having the tools to 'switch off' is becoming in our hyper-connected age.

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