What if Android and iOS were to adopt a similar mechanism as the browser for native app access. As soon as the user expressed ‘intent’ to access an app, it would download and open immediately, bypassing the app store page entirely. If the app was not used for more than a few days, the OS could clean up any files associated with the app that had been downloaded in order to make room for new apps.
Mobile App Developers are Suffering
Alex Austin

This is by far the easiest solution to cluttered nature of app accessibility. However, this affects the exsiting business model of App store owners and a new business model needs to evolve. It is sickening seeing tens of apps on ones phone simmilar to an unkept desktop

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