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We do not talk about the way apps work. We talk about the way we find, buy, download and, in case of the web apps you mentioned, open, them.
In the post above I suggest that if we will create a general space with software, where, regardless of using operating system, you can enter and find software that works on all desired OSes you use, then operating systems will become just interfaces of one, single, open cyber world. And this is so because now, with separate stores for each operating system, they are separate worlds themselves.
Well, did not encounter any opinion like this, but this is definitely not like the people talking about NFTs.
Here, I am not writing about porting any software, I am writing about creating a general space with software already available for several operating systems. I suggest that having a single place, where you can find software regardless of using OS, the line between different ones would be blurred. That is the point.
Well, that means that I believe that this is possible to create an alternative, which is kind of an aggregator of all activities concerning software. A platform, which redirects to proper places, responsible for particular tasks - an app store for installing software, a producer's website for buying it or signing up for its account. A prototype of this concept, which enables to see and understand the idea better, is here: https://main-electronics.com/softwarestore
Well, being precise, I am not talking about technologies for creating apps, but about a way of getting and distributing them. And the post, in fact, is not to promote, but to discuss, possible solutions.