Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "App"

The meaning of "App" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Although your boiling is outside the app, the content users pay to unlock is within app mean?
A: “boiling” doesn’t seem to make sense here. it could’ve been a typo and they meant to say “billing”. In this sense they are referring to payment.
Q: What does leaving this app
i was very glad to get acquainted
with you! your photos are wonderful . mean?
A: It's like "goodbye" I think.
Q: What does how long you been on this app ? mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does in app purchasing mean?
A: It means that from inside that app, you can purchase things. In games you can buy coins or items through in app purchases. You buy things from inside the app.
Q: What does I haven't been on this app I so long! a lot has changed mean?
A: 나는 오랫동안 이 프로그램에 없었어요. 변화가 많이 있어요

Example sentences using "App"

Q: Please show me example sentences with app(application).
A: I downloaded the app yesterday, and it doesn’t seem to work // She’s working on an app to help people organize their schedules // Have you heard of that app that scammed over a thousand people?
Q: Please show me example sentences with app kahan hai.
A: where r u
Q: Please show me example sentences with app kaisa hu.
A: how are you ?
Q: Please show me example sentences with this app is very slow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I still don’t understand how to use this app.
A: You ask a question about English.
An English-speaker will answer it.

People learning Vietnamese ask questions.
You can answer them.

Synonyms of "App" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I don't have the app open and I don't have the app opened ?
A: We use the simple ver after do/don't /did/didn't. The correct sentence would be "I don't have the app open".
Q: What is the difference between I've only just started this app and I've just started this app ?
A: They both have the same meaning. “I’ve only just started this app” uses more emphasis because you said you JUST started.

I hope this helps.
Q: What is the difference between I have to upgrade this app and I have to update this app ?
A: Upgrade: when you move from lower tier to an upper tier. Like moving from version 1 to the fundamentally different version 2.

“I upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 10”.
“I upgraded from the free version to the paid version of the app”.
“Google no longer supports android Oreo and you have to upgrade to android Pie”.

Update: when you move your current application to its latest version, just adding more functions, features and fixes. Like moving from version 1 to the fundamentally similar but more enhanced version 1.1

“I updated Windows XP to the latest service pack”
“I don’t want to upgrade to the paid version of the app. The free version with the latest updates is enough for me”.
“You have to update android Pie to the latest version for security reasons”.
Q: What is the difference between The app is not yet installed. and The app is not already installed. ?
A: They are both correct, but the meaning is slightly different.

"Not yet installed" implies that the app will be installed at some point.

"Not already installed" implies that maybe it should have already been installed.

A: Do you have Instagram on your phone?

B: No, the app is not yet installed.

A: Really? It's not already installed? I thought it came with the phone?"
Q: What is the difference between I'd recommend this app and I recommend this app ?
A: Adding "would" is also sometimes a way of softening a sentence.

For example, we might say "I suggest..." but we often say "I would suggest..." instead.

It sounds a bit less certain.

Translations of "App"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a. this app consumes a lot of megabytes!
b. I think. I'm not going to lose that much megabytes ( by or in?) watching this short video.
A: a. I would probably say "this app takes up a lot of megabytes!"
b. "I don't think I am going to lose that many megabytes watching this short video.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If I was you, I would join this app sooner
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? on this app ... or at this app .. ?
A: You would use on, if that's what you're asking.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? app or tum main kya fark hai?? in eng?
A: kuch bhi fark nhi h bro same h...😂😂😂
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? app kya kr rahe ho
A: What're you doing

Other questions about "App"

Q: What app for phone do English natives usually use to communicate with each other?
A: I use the messaging app (on the iPhone) mostly but others are:
Whatsapp
Kik
Q: I would like to use app catch phrases.
Meeting up, Matching, and Talking. does this sound natural?
A: でしたら「Meet. Match. Talk.」みたいにコンマじゃなくて、句点で分けるのが最近流行ってますよ!(笑)
Q: Thank you for making a great app! I used it just a couple of days, but I already can make sounds more accurate and natural. does this sound natural?
A: Thanks for making a great app! I just used it a couple of days ago and already able to sound natural.
Q: Currently We have confirmed that the implement of the updated app on iTunes is longer than epected.
We are trying to identify where the cause is, and ask for your patience for a while.
We apologize for the any inconvenience caused due to this matter.
does this sound natural?
A: We have confirmed that the implementation of the updated app on iTunes is taking longer than expected. We are trying to identify the source of the problem, and ask for your patience during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience. のほうが自然だと思います。、
Q: I think this app is very useful. many foreigners help me fast as correct my English Sentence. I wish get a good English skill ASAP does this sound natural?
A: "I think this app is very useful. Many foreigners correct my English sentences quickly. I hope to get better at English soon!" is more natural.

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