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Simply put, let's say I want to advertise my app, and I want to say it is full of features. Is there a word that I can replace "full of features" with? And how can I say "it is the app with the most features" but in a more formal manner? Thank you beforehand.

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    Hello and welcome! Generally, EL&U is not a site for providing branding or marketing advice. However, since your question is clear to me, I would suggest "feature-rich" – RaceYouAnytime Jun 11 '17 at 22:30
  • "multi" is a good prefix to try. "multi-featured", I think gets the point across simply and clearly. – Tom22 Jun 11 '17 at 22:33
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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers defines the term feature in IEEE 829 as "A distinguishing characteristic of a software item (e.g., performance, portability, or functionality)."

A system is said to be feature-rich when it has many options and functional capabilities available to the user. [...] Sometimes if a piece of software is very feature-rich, that can be seen as a bad thing - see feature creep and software bloat.
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featureful (in addition to feature-rich).

Adjective featureful (comparative more featureful, superlative most featureful)

(chiefly computing) Having many features.

-- Wictionary


Adjective

(comparative more featureful, superlative most featureful)

(chiefly computing) Having many features.

-- yourdictionary.com

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Multifaceted [muhl-tee-fas-i-tid, muhl-tahy-]/ adjective

  1. having many facets, as a gem.
  2. having many aspects or phases
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Feature-rich is definitely the modern term for this. If you want something more timeless:

versatile

  1. Having varied uses or serving many functions: "The most versatile of vegetables is the tomato." (American Heritage)
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