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Posted by Sean McQuillan (@objcode) and Prateek Tandon (@ptandon05) What happens to app usage and accessibility when people get new phones? The feedback we've had is that people want apps to work straight out of the box, just like on their old phones. Developers of successful apps might also be used to thinking about user activation in a model borrowed straight from web.
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