With the quick spread of smartphones, mobile apps gained all our attention. The demand is so high, that we have apps for everything now, from 2048 to control over household appliances. The main benefit of apps is that you do not have to spare dozens of bookmarks in web-browser or stare at the obsolete web design for mobile devices. Just download a few apps for what you do most frequently, and do not waste your time on browsers. Nevertheless, mobile apps are traditionally associated with the waste of time on social media or video games.
The outcome of using apps depends on the user themselves – are they goal-oriented people or procrastinators? The first category will benefit from using educational software or apps issued by their healthcare provider. Some people do not intend to stare at the screen infinitely if there are pressing things to do (such people do exist). But most of the internet users see apps as a constant entertainment that follows them everywhere. No wonder, they will waste their time on the web and would strive to waste even more of it. The problem is that people are not really interested in their business or hobbies and try to enhance procrastinating by all means.
All of us are masters of their time. We do not allow other people to take away our free time to spare it for relaxation or fun. But ridiculously, we allow mobile apps to do so. All in all, we have all the power to delete useless apps and put our energy into something that means much more to us.