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If we were to pick 10 random people from around the world, we would stumble upon unique mindsets, interesting personalities, and various likes and dislikes.

However, the one thing that these people will have in common is that each of them will probably own a smartphone filled with tens of apps and a stable internet…




The people at RebelDot, sharing our experience on building some of the greatest web and mobile apps out there.

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Bianca Dragomir

React/React Native dev & tech writer

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