HOW APPLE'S APP STORE CHANGED OUR WORLD

A decade ago, Apple opened a store peddling iPhone apps, unlocking the creativity of software developers and letting users truly make their mobile devices their own. The resulting explosion of phone apps -- there are now more than 2 million for the iPhone alone -- has changed daily life for billions of people around the world.

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