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Factors affecting a Mobile Application's Acceptance

@inproceedings{Mei2013FactorsAA,
  title={Factors affecting a Mobile Application's Acceptance},
  author={S. Mei and Xin Hu and Zili Zeng and C. Keller},
  year={2013}
}
Along with the development of smart phones and smart phones operating systems, users of smart phones are able to install software, games and other programs provided by thirdparty providers. WeChat as a third party software that exists in the current market, is an instant messaging application that enables users to send voice, video, pictures and text to their contacts through mobile network. Being a new application, the user acceptance of WeChat has not been studied. Therefore, the result of… Expand
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