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The number of apps grew to 30 by June 17, 2009, Subsequently, the number of available apps decreased because many apps were withdrawn from the App Catalog by their owners.
Examples include the apps for The New York Times and Pandora Radio.
The first version of web OS shipped with the ability to sync with Apple's i Tunes software by masquerading as an Apple device, but this feature was disabled by subsequent i Tunes software updates.
The interface uses "cards" to manage multitasking and represent apps.
The user switches between running apps with a flick from left and right on the screen.
Notably, these US Pre 3 units, having been released through unofficial channels, lacked both warranties and carried no support obligation from HP; as a result parts are nearly impossible to come by.
HP announced that it would continue to issue updates for the HP Veer and HP Touch Pad, but these updates have failed to materialize for the former, and the latter saw a final, unofficial release called "web OS CE" that contained only open-sourced components of web OS meant for what remained of the developer community rather than a conventional, user-centric update to the operating system.
This edition would allow developers to download the source code for free as well as take advantage of related tools, guides, and forums on its new open source website to become more familiar with web OS and its inherent benefits as a smart device's platform.