Apps are dead. Long live apps.

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App downloads are at an all-time high, but a growing number of innovators believe that a world beyond them is the next frontier for technology. We’re constantly shuffling back and forth from one app to another to carry out daily tasks. But this can be cumbersome, a drain on devices, and time-consuming. It’s not unusual for people to use a combination of apps simultaneously to carry out one task. Just think about all those times when you had to switch to your email, while using another app, because you needed to verify something in your inbox. With people averaging four…

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