Extent of reliance on smartphone and mobile applications to provide news
An exploratory study of a sample of users of these devices
This study examines the extent to which users of smart phones and portable devices depend on the available applications in these devices to obtain news, as the study chose an intentional sample of users of these devices to identify the source of dependence and its ratio and the reasons behind it, and the study relied on the survey approach in its descriptive and analytical aspect, And I reached conclusions, including the researchers' reliance on ten types of applications that represent available programs to obtain news issued by the Al-Jazeera News app for Android
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