A user interacts with different devices, for example, mobile device, smartphones, laptops, and tablets, for accessing various applications. The applications have different device requirements. The device requirements can include preferred device specifications to run the application, e.g., processor speed, display screen size/resolution, operating system, and internet connectivity. A device switching system is used for dynamically switching application interactions from a device to another based on application’s device requirements. The system detects that an application is running at a first device and determines the application's device requirements. The system compares the device requirements of the application with the device specifications of a second device. The system causes the application to be displayed at the output device of the second device and coordinates user interactions on the second device.
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Mixter, Kenneth, "DYNAMICALLY SWITCHING APPLICATION INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DEVICES", Technical Disclosure Commons, (January 08, 2015)