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What App Store Is Nipping At Apple’s App Store Heels?

You may think that Google with its Google Play Store (formerly Android App Market) is the next big application store after Apple’s Appstore – but did you know that Amazon’s App store is the one nipping at the heel of iTynes? Yes! Google is reacting to the success of Amazon’s Kindle fire as it is successfully running its very own customized Android version and at the same time, shutting sales out from Google because it runs its own app store.

If iTunes makes 100% in revenue, Amazon’s application store is up next at 89% which is far cry from Google’s Play Store which is at 23% alone …………………… read more: http://thedroidguy.com/

Did You Know That iOS Users Spend More On Their App Store Than Amazon Users?

Mobile apps are a great source of income for many developers and they are also a great source of revenue for owners of App stores such as Apple, Amazon and Google too. Did you know that the owners of Apple are happiest, because it has the highest revenue per user. Amazon comes in a close second and Google comes in next. So to say, iOS users are indeed spending a lot more than Android users.

This recent data comes from Flurry – which has recently attempted to compare the top three app stores today – Apple’s iTunes, Google Play for Android (formerly known as the Android Market) and Amazon’s Appstore for Android ………………….. read more: http://hothardware.com/News/

At One Year Old – How Is Amazon’s App Store Doing?

Amazon’s App Store turned one year old last week and it has updated to a new version – version 2.3. No groundbreaking figures here but it is safe to say that Amazon’s App store is going quite great. It has first, separated itself from Google’s Android Market – although its applications are actually for its Android powered Kindle Fire. Aside from that they have been able to apply innovative features like its Test Drive.

It’s new upgrade to version 2.3 though has improved features which include the increase of download limits while mobile and easier application updates …………… Read more: http://www.techgig.com/tech-news/

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