Are We Burnt Out On Apps?
Ester Bloom

The issue is probably that back in 2011 we were still figuring out what we could/would use their smartphones for and therefore, we downloaded any remotely intriguing app to see if it would be a life-changer.

5 years later and I think we’re pretty much set in our patterns save for some totally new functionality introduced by the manufacturers.

I will still pay for games as long as I know it doesn’t contain a pay to win model. I actually might be an oddity in that I’d actually prefer to pay $10 to $20 for a fully realized and complete game than to get a free app that ‘teases’ me with the gameplay but then has me hit a wall unless I agree to pony up more dough.

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