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'Planet of the Apps' wasn't a great show, but it was still a success for Apple

Apple aired the finale of its first original series this week. If you missed it, don't stress.  Planet of the Apps was a decent 10-episode series, but it's not something that viewers will want to think about for hours like Netflix's House of Cards or talk about with friends like Hulu's The Handmaid Tale.  It's just a pretty undramatic, very-edited reality show about dozens of entrepreneurs, people who were trying to make careers off a business based around an app.
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