Definition Edit

A mobile application store (MAS) is

a repository of mobile applications. Public application stores . . . offer mobile applications for sale (or for free) to the public. Organizations can obtain software licenses to operate their own application store, available only to that organization's personnel. These "stores" provide a selection of approved applications that can be downloaded and installed on approved devices by the users of the device. Some MAS implementations can support multiple mobile platforms, but many are restricted to a single platform. . . .[1]

References Edit

  1. Mobile Security Reference Architecture (document), at 10.

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