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Mobile apps have become an inherent part of everyday life. They have dominated individuals’ digital habits due to the progress of mobile technologies, mobile access to high-speed internet, and the interactivity of mobile phone interfaces. From communicating to entertaining, mobile apps provide a variety of useful features that cause individuals to spend a great amount of time on their use (Reychav et al., 2019). A recent study demonstrated that individuals in the US spend an average of three and a half hours per day on mobile devices, with mobile apps comprising 90 % of internet time on smartphones and 77 % on tablets (Wurmser, 2018). As a result, a plethora of mobile apps are released into app marketplaces every day, to respond to demands for online shopping, games, finance management, and other tasks that users can complete with their mobile devices (Balapour, Reychav, Sabherwal, & Azuri, 2019; Balapour and Sabherwal, 2017). One report suggests that an average of 6140 mobile apps were released through the Google Play Store every day from the third quarter of 2016 to the first quarter of 2018 (Statista, 2018). However, despite these high numbers, most individuals in the US are hesitant to download mobile apps, with the number of downloads at an average of zero per month (Perez, 2017).