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== Definitions ==
 
== Definitions ==
   
A '''mobile app''' (an abbreviation of '''mobile application''') is
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A '''mobile app''' is
   
{{Quote|[[software|[s]oftware]] pre-installed or [[download]]ed [[on demand]] to a [[mobile device]] in order to enable or facilitate specific types of [[transaction]]s or [[data access]] (e.g., [[mobile payment]]s, [[social networking]], [[access]] to Government services or accounts).<ref>[[Recommendations for Standardized Implementation of Digital Privacy Controls]], at 18.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[[software|[s]oftware]] pre-installed or [[download]]ed on demand to a [[mobile device]] in order to enable or facilitate specific types of [[transaction]]s or [[data access]] (e.g., [[mobile payment]]s, [[social networking]], [[access]] to Government services or accounts).<ref>[[Recommendations for Standardized Implementation of Digital Privacy Controls]], at 18.</ref>}}
   
 
{{Quote|a [[software program]] you can [[download]] and [[access]] directly using your [[cell phone|phone]] or another [[mobile device]], like a [[tablet]] or [[portable music player|music player]].<ref>[[Understanding Mobile Apps]].</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|a [[software program]] you can [[download]] and [[access]] directly using your [[cell phone|phone]] or another [[mobile device]], like a [[tablet]] or [[portable music player|music player]].<ref>[[Understanding Mobile Apps]].</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|a [[software application]] that can be [[execute]]d ([[run]]) on a [[mobile platform]] (i.e., a [[handheld]] [[commercial off-the-shelf]] [[computing platform]], with or without [[wireless connectivity]]), or a [[web-based]] [[software application]] that is tailored to a [[mobile platform]] but is [[execute]]d on a [[server]].<ref>[[Mobile Medical Applications: Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff]], at 7.</ref>}}
 
   
 
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