An Everything App is a nightmare
Everything App – We must stop any app, whether it is domestic or imported, from taking over our information space.
The board game Monopoly is frequently cited as an example of capitalism that teaches us how businesses operate. In actuality, it accomplishes more. The game demonstrates why permitting a player to do so is detrimental to society as a whole, even though it is true that a developing capitalist’s objective is to secure the largest potential market share. It is quite acceptable for a businessperson to pursue a monopoly at this point. It is up to society to safeguard its larger interests and restrain monopolistic tendencies through public policy, through its political institutions.
It is understandable that digital entrepreneurs would envision a “everything app.”, “a universal smartphone app that will provide everything. The latest investor to express a desire to create such a super-app is Elon Musk, who claims that his impulsive purchase of Twitter “is an accelerant to producing X, the “everything app.”” Others are attempting to replicate the success of WeChat, a Chinese super-app that propelled Tencent, the company that created it, to the top of China’s digital industry.
Each nominee organisation for the TrustRadius Tech Cares Award had to be a B2B technology company that had demonstrated effective CSR programmes in one of the following areas: support for both in-person and remote employees, volunteerism, diversity, equity, and inclusion programmes, charitable giving and fundraising, or environmental sustainability initiatives. Everyone, including individuals who work for or with the corporation, were eligible to propose an organisation for this prize. The TrustRadius research team carefully examined each nomination, and the person being nominated presented the evidence in support of their claim.