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China's Baidu calls app stores flawed, focuses on Web apps

Michael Kan | Aug. 23, 2013
The Chinese search giant unveiled a new app distribution model on Thursday.

Mark Natkin, managing director of Beijing-based Marbridge Consulting, said Baidu's Light Apps plan could help users better search for hard-to-find apps, while also cutting down on the need to install so much third-party software.

"How many apps can you have on your phone before it becomes unmanageable?" he asked.


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