But, in all seriousness, who needs half a million tasks to be done on a phone? Isn't the phone for making phone calls? Oh no! It is for texting, taking photos, finding out where you are going etc. And by the way, when you add the "find my phone" application because you misplaced your phone, you are at the end of the technology road. When a phone costs $400 you should be wearing it on a chain around your neck as a decoration and not wondering where it is. Soon, we will need an application to find applications, as we won't have time to look for useless, redundant tasks to do. I wonder how many people have applications taking up space that they never use. From free to over $10, memory is valuable and needs to be available for the really important tasks.
The trend? Lots more but more useless applications than now. And what happen when they don't work as expected? For example the usually resident auto correct application shown below. Link provided"