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Every app should keep remind you its purpose until you become a frequent user.

Apps and purposes

Every app should keep remind you its purpose until you become a frequent user.

I discovered an hour ago that I have 45 GB in mobile apps backed-up on the computer. Because me and my wife are using the same iCloud account for purchasing, I have discovered not only I didn’t opened many of them bought by my wife (and synced on my iPhone, of course), but I forgot about those I’ve purchased myself. So, probably for a good interaction design, if you haven’t opened an app yet, you didn’t use it for quite a while or you used it only several times, the app itself should keep define its purpose in a few words. Most of the times a simple tagline would do just fine. It might be very helpful for your app, guys, not to be deleted. I’m just saying.