App Store 2.0: From Crowdsourced Information to Actionable Feedback in Mobile Ecosystems

Abstract : Given the increasing competition in mobile app ecosystems, improving the experience of users has become a major goal for app vendors. This article introduces a visionary app store, called APP STORE 2.0, which exploits crowdsourced information about apps, devices and users to increase the overall quality of the delivered mobile apps. We sketch a blueprint architecture of the envisioned app stores and discuss the different kinds of actionable feedbacks that app stores can generate using crowdsourced information.
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María Gómez, Bram Adams, Walid Maalej, Martin Monperrus, Romain Rouvoy. App Store 2.0: From Crowdsourced Information to Actionable Feedback in Mobile Ecosystems. IEEE Software, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2017, IEEE Software - Theme Issue on Crowdsourcing for Software Engineering, 34, pp.81-89. ⟨https://www.computer.org/software-magazine⟩. ⟨10.1109/MS.2017.46⟩. ⟨hal-01406422⟩

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