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Extant literature suggests that faster app evolution (in terms of changes in quality and functionality) leads to increased app success (in terms of survival and demand). This evolution-success relationship, however, does not account for users' limited capacity to assimilate the changes resulting from a continual stream of app updates. Drawing from...
By the end of 2017 more than 33 million voice-based devices will be in circulation, many of which will include conversational assistants such as Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri. These devices require a significant amount of personal information from users to learn their preferences and provide them with personalized responses. This creates an inter...
Online app markets (e.g. Apple App Store) exhibit heavy customer engagement in the form of reviews that could help software developers adjust to user needs and become more competitive in crowded app markets. Using a panel dataset on 12,231 apps and document similarity methods, we develop a model that relates app success to developers’ integration o...