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    Posted August 21, 2014 by
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    Say No to Kardashian Apps for Kids

     

    Once upon a time there were mom and pop stores all along Main Street. Small businesses trying to make a living while offering quality products and services. Then big box businesses came along and small shops began to close their doors. The same thing is now happening in the technology business. Small businesses, iOS app developers (indie developers as they are known) are not only being run over by big box developers but now celebrities as well - argh! What is with these infamous folks, they don't have enough to keep them busy with their TV and film careers, they have to get into writing books, staging big media events and now developing apps? Is anything sacred left? When is the public going to embrace quality over glitz, substance over shellac, real over really phony? Its time to take a stand against Kardashian and Kardashian-type apps and say NO. No to subjecting kids to any more nonsense. No to filling their minds with crud. Instead YES to "Mom with Apps." They represent the mom and pop shops of app development, the place to the find the best and the safest apps for children in the world.  https://momswithapps.com

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