SMARTPHONE LAGGARD Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace has finally
reached 100,000 apps, although it still trails behind the IOS and
Android app markets.
According to data compiled by dedicated Windows Phone web site All
About Windows Phone (AAWP), developers appear to be taking a greater
interest in the system as it has taken just five months to double to
100,000 apps, having taken 14 months to reach the 50,000 landmark.
However, while over 100,000 apps have been published, AAWP noted that
the number actually available to customers is 88,371, as 10,357 have
been withdrawn, either by Microsoft or developers themselves. A
further 1,500 are awaiting approval.
Ok, that's more like it. I thought for a moment there were more WP7
apps than WP7 devices. :-)
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