The End Of Apps As We Know Them

The idea of having a screen full of icons, representing independent apps, that need to be opened to experience them, is making less and less sense. The idea that these apps sit in the background, pushing content into a central experience, is making more and more sense. That central experience may be something that looks like a notification centre today, or something similar to Google Now, or something entirely new.

Geschreven door Paul Adams. Gelezen bij Inside Intercom

1 reactie op “The End Of Apps As We Know Them”

‘Apps as we know them’ have never made sense. It was a kind of primitive architecture. Now we are heading back to an intelligent integration layer.

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