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Alliance Weighs In on Critical Internet Liability Cases Before SCOTUS

January 2023 US Policy Update Developers Alliances Submits Brief in SCOTUS Internet Liability Case On January 19, the Developers Alliance submitted an amicus brief in the case of Gonzalez v….

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Developers Alliance Releases Global Competition Report

Today, the Application Developers Alliance released the result of a global survey of mobile app developers and publishers: Competition in the Mobile App Ecosystem. The report shows a healthy mobile app market and an industry that is concerned about being misrepresented and sees unnecessary intervention from external authorities.

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App Economy in California Has $8 Billion Impact

California ranks as the nation’s top state for app economy jobs, according to a study released by CTIA-The Wireless Association® and the Application Developers Alliance. “The Geography of the App Economy” study, conducted by South Mountain Economics, LLC, found that application development is responsible for 151,900 jobs in California, with an economic impact of more than $8 billion. 

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The One Trillion Dollar Mark: Mobile Commerce Is Here to Stay

Each holiday season brings a new shopping trend–two years ago “Black Friday” started on Thursday, last year it was social shopping, and this year, mobile commerce takes the stage with no signs of becoming a one-season wonder. Instead of braving the lines for doorbusters on Black Friday, consumers increasingly made those first holiday purchases from their tablets with apps. Even on small business Saturday, an increasing number of stores were able to accommodate credit card payments with a smartphone or tablet app and a service like Intuit’s GoPayment.

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Democracy in Action – There’s an App for That

Washington, D.C. (November 12, 2012) – The 2012 presidential election was the first “app election,” according to research released today by the Application Developers Alliance. The pre-election survey, conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates, found that 85% of registered voters who are app users relied on an app to follow the campaigns and election. Moreover, a quarter of election app users indicated that the information they learned through apps helped them explore issues and decide on the best candidate. 

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