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An application, especially as downloaded by a user to a mobile device.‘I've just installed the app on my phone’
- ‘I've been trying to come up with ways to construct the app myself and D talked about.’
- ‘If you've never heard of it, it's a simple app that puts the current time into natural language.’
- ‘So today I'm catching up with the lost hours from yesterday and reinstalling my favourite apps on my reborn PC.’
- ‘Also, the banner slot at the bottom was refusing to budge, proudly displaying an ad telling me to use the app that was displaying it.’
- ‘They want Web sites to respond as fast as the apps do on their new gigahertz computers.’
- ‘That is, to quit the third and fourth frontmost apps, hold down Alt and hit Tab, Tab, Q, Tab, Q.’
- ‘Geeks store what they do in text and spurn big apps, using plain text editors.’
- ‘This reset will keep all apps inactive until you manually start them after the reset is complete.’
- ‘Consider creating a new user account on your computer with none of your familiar apps or configurations.’
- ‘I can almost consider it as research into the current state of the art of web apps.’
- ‘Basically third-party apps fall into one of two categories, useful or cool, and some things are both.’
- ‘I was also running about ten other apps at the same time, and it went off without a hitch.’
- ‘Thus I have added another field to the Settings sheet of my blogger app and a little code to support it.’
- ‘I do hope I won't have to start running a spam-eating app on my weblog's comments!’
- ‘Some internet apps are working fine, others are dead in the water.’
- ‘I'm downloading various apps and wallpaper for it on my work machine and transferring them via a flash drive.’
- ‘Well I quit all apps, and restarted them, had no real effect, but a system restart seemed to pick up the user profile changes.’
- ‘I feel it's a very useful conceptual position that makes the future of web apps much more evident.’
- ‘Double-click on the map to mark waypoints, and the app tells you the total distance defined by the waypoints.’
- ‘It was a very, very bad app, but it was the first app I ever built.’
2informal An application or application form.‘Ezra's helping her with her college apps’‘don't waste your time filling out online job apps’
An appetizer.‘have you tried the fennel salad app?’‘I will be making these eggs as one of my apps for my Mother's Day dinner’
- ‘The grilled habanero chicken quesadilla leads the apps list.’
- ‘After all, how could the judges compare apps and entrees to desserts?’
- ‘It's not such a happening spot anymore, but you can get some cool apps there.’
- ‘Their nachos stand out on the apps menu.’
- ‘The Vietnamese lettuce wrap is a leading chicken app.’
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