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Learn How Apps Are Blurring Lines Between Digital and Physical Worlds

Mobile apps impact our lives well after we turn off our phone screens. Whether we’re requesting a ride, booking a place to stay, or trying to get in shape, it’s undeniable that apps have an immense effect on our physical worlds. Where your average mobile user once pulled out their device to play games or check the weather, today’s apps have clearly tangible effects on our real lives.

Our latest free report, Mobile Apps: Blurring Lines Between Virtual & Physical Worlds, investigates several apps contributing to this digital-physical crossover and how this phenomenon is transforming entire industries.

Mobile Apps Blurring Lines Between Virtual and Physical Worlds Sample PageTransportation apps have transformed into transportation platforms. Learn how apps are hooking into Uber and Flywheel’s apps to make nearly everything on-demand.

Below is what you can learn from our free report:

  • Transportation Apps Are Becoming Transportation Platforms
    Transportation apps aren’t just taxi-hailing alternatives. They’re quickly turning into full logistics platforms.
  • Revisiting How We Learn With Education Apps
    Education apps are changing the learning experience. From language-learning to teacher-student feedback, mobile apps are causing big changes to traditional classroom models.
  • Speeding Up Checkout With Mobile Payments
    Lost seconds can cost a company cash (and even market share). Mobile payment systems, while still in their infancy, are poised to make paying at the register a significantly faster process — to the delight of businesses and consumers alike.

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February 10, 2015

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