APPS


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AcronymDefinition
APPSApplications
APPSAnalytical Photogrammetric Positioning System (US DoD)
APPSAct to Prevent Pollution from Ships
APPSAutomated Package Processing System (US Postal Service)
APPSAsian Pacific Psychological Services
APPSAutomated Publications Preparation System (Navy)
APPSAseptic Processing and Packaging Systems
APPSAutomated Publications Production System
APPSAutomatic Parts Programming System
APPSAcoustic Performance Prediction System
APPSAnniston Production Performance Scorecard
APPSAudio Processor Power Supply
APPSAutomated POM Preparation System
APPSAlternate Preferred Power System
APPSApplication Portability Profile Standards
APPSAutomated Personnel Procurement System
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The list displays apps arranged according to the number of minutes they are used.
Going by their antecedents in other areas of human living, could apps be the game changer for recycling and the circular economy in Nigeria, generally?
The feature list of entertaining apps is different and it is impossible to indicate a single list that will be appropriate.
On a daily basis, as many as 38 percent users use 6-10 apps a day, with social media apps being the most used with as many as 76 percent users using them on a daily basis.
The sole purpose of these malicious apps is to obtain sensitive information from unsuspecting users.
Apple confirmed it has recently removed gambling apps from its store, but did not confirm the number of apps or a timeline for the removals.
According to a recent survey by China Youth Daily, more than 40 per cent of people surveyed discussed the World Cup in Russia on social networking apps with their friends.
Facebook will be "proactively queueing up apps for review," so that all apps undergo evaluation.
The number of original apps released each month decreased from 90 percent to 45 percent between 2012 to 2017, despite the number of total apps released per month growing from 50 to more than 400.
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate free exercise apps available on iTunes and their potential for promoting physical activity.
While the evidence base for mental health smartphone apps continues to expand, for many of these apps, there is no evidence of effectiveness.