Compare and Contast
One article is "Put That Down" by Jenna Worthham, published in The New York Times. The other article is "Is There An App?" by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis, published in Harvard Magazine. Comparing two articles that are similar are apps. Apps, such as, I device to watch their shows. Howard Gardner and Katie Davis research and set out questions to answers to their projects. However they try to avoid discussion about culture and tecgnology.
How generation grew? The money of popularity is traded in likes and comments on social- sharing apps,such as, Facebook. One person asked, "Are kids growing g up with n the digital age really different?". The answer is yes. This specific time of period needs apps. Today are risk having no use for the app generation.
What is apps? Apps is shortcut for applications. It designed for accomplishing specific task. Apps is powerful and strongly bulid in. The apps would provide and avoid questions. However, the app generation is one focus of group participate.
People use app on smart phone, such as, IPhone, iPad, Driod and more. By using apps more generation it grew. For example, Facebook, download and other people do the same grew more population of app. More people app population grew more bigger.
In conclusion, by compare both articles are, apps and how generation grew. By contrast both articles are app, it means and how app used. Apps, such as, Facebook or games. Money of population generation grew. Apps are shortcut for applications. People download apps on their smart phone.