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APP

abbr.
amyloid precursor protein

APP

A gene on chromosome 21q21.3 that encodes a cell surface receptor and transmembrane precursor protein which is cleaved by secretases to form various peptides.

Molecular pathology
APP mutations are implicated in autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease and cerebroarterial amyloidosis (cerebral amyloid angiopathy).

APP

Amyloid β protein precursor A membrane-spanning glycoprotein of unknown function, which is expressed in many mammalian tissues, the gene for which maps to chromosome 21. See Alzheimer's disease, β-amyloid.
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Connect the dots: The App Economy has officially arrived!
During the same period, the Philippines will definitely live in the new app economy as there will be 20x increase in the number of apps that we are going to use.
'Growth of China's app economy is accelerating, putting it within striking distance of economies like Japan and the United States, said Bertrand Schmitt, CEO and co-founder of App Annie, a mobile analytics institute.
Ten years ago, on July 10, 2008, Apple introduced the App Store, opening up its famously walled garden and paving the way for today's app economy. "We're excited about creating a vibrant third-party developer community with potentially thousands of native applications for iPhone and iPod touch," Apple CEO Steve Jobs had said a few months earlier at the unveiling of the iPhone software development kit, illustrating that even Jobs, surely among the keenest of optimists, couldn't imagine apps becoming as big as they eventually did.
The app economy in fact, was kick-started just a decade ago with the launch of the iOS App Store in 2008.
"From our perspective, they already are employees."<br />The recent State of the App Economystudy, which found Idaho to be first in the nation in terms of growth in app economy jobs, also called for increased funding for apprenticeships to help meet the demand for skilled programmers.
Washington, D.C -- UTAH APP developers and tech companies are key drivers of a thriving $950 billion app economy, according to a new report by ACT | The App Association.
The report, which was launched at AppsFlyer's Mobile Attribution and Marketing Analytics (MAMA) Conference in Delhi, revealed that the country's booming app economy has now surpassed the US in terms of marketing-driven app install numbers to become the top country globally.
Today in India, there are 740,000 app economy jobs attributable to iOS and Apple believes that this can increase substantially.
They discuss histories and pre-histories of social media, including bulletin board systems; approaches and methods for its study, such as ethnography, computational analysis, ontology, digital methods, and political economic and historical analysis; key technologies, business models, cultures, and practices, including the app economy, Silicon Valley, trolling, memes, self-representation, sexual expression, and privacy and surveillance; and how social media has become involved in various professional domains, such as marketing, education, political campaigns, health tracking, protest movements, and journalism.
Apple says 1.36 million jobs in Europe are attributable to Apple's IOS app economy. Apple has paid out nearly $18 billion to developers across Europe since the App Store launched.
An interesting development in the plan appeared in an Apple press release in May 2017: "Apple today launched a new app development curriculum designed for students who want to pursue careers in the fast-growing app economy. The curriculum is available as a free download from Apple's iBooks Store." Apple plans to roll out the full-year course in six community colleges this fall.