Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Application Distibution Top List 2013

Instead i find a number of separate disrtibution app list for a product that has a choice of options in the pro App Blog

Amazon Appstore

The Amazon Appstore is a mobile application store for the Google Android operating system. It was opened in March 2011, with 3800 applications.

Apple App Store

The Apple App Store was the first app distribution service, which set the standard for app distribution services and continues to do so, opened on July 10, 2008, and as of January 2011, reported over 10 billion downloads. Until June 6, 2011, there are 425,000 third-party apps available, which are downloaded by 200 million iOS users. During Apple's 2012 Worldwide Developer's Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the iTune store download has 650,000 available apps to download as well as "an astounding 30 billion apps


has 650,000 available apps to download as well as "an astounding 30 billion apps" downloaded from the app store until that date.

BlackBerry App World

Apps for the BlackBerry mobile devices are available through the BlackBerry App World application distribution service. It opened in April 2009, and as of February 2011, was claiming the largest revenue per app: $9,166.67 compared to $6,480.00 at the Apple App Store and $1,200 in the Android market. In July 2011, it was reporting 3 million downloads per day and one billion total downloads.[1

Google Play

Google Play (formerly known as the Android Market) is an international online software store developed by Google for Android devices. It opened in October 2008. In October 2012, there were approximately 700,000 apps available for Android, and the estimated number of applications downloaded from Google Play was 25 billion.

Nokia Store

An app store for the Nokia phone was launched internationally in May 2009. As of April 2011 there were 50,000 apps, and as of August 2011, Nokia was reporting 9 million downloads per day. In February 2011, Nokia reported that it would start using Window as its primary operating system. In May 2011, Nokia announced plans to rebrand its Ovi product line under the Nokia brand[ and Ovi Store was renamed Nokia Store in October 2011. Nokia Store remains as the distribution platform for its previous lines of mobile operating systems, while Nokia's Windows Phone 7 offering has been integrated into the Microsoft Marketplace.

Microsoft Windows Phone Store

The Windows Phone Store is a service by Microsoft for its Windows Phone platform, which was launched in October 2010. As of October 2012, it has over 120,000 apps available.

Samsung Apps Store

An app store for Samsung mobile phones was founded in September 2009. As of October 2011 Samsung Apps reached 10 million downloads. Currently the store is available in 125 countries and it offers apps for Windows Mobile, Android and Bada platforms. Samsung store includes video, game, sports, lifestyle, information and education apps.

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