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Android Market tops 30,000 apps

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Mar 2010 1:12 User comments (3)

Android Market tops 30,000 apps Google has told MobileCrunch today that the Android Market has reached a new milestone, 30,000 applications.
The company last reported figures in December of last year, claiming 16,000 apps.

Although they would not include numbers on paid versus free, stat site AndroLib says the ratio is about 39 percent to 61 percent, with free in the clear lead.

In comparison, the Apple app store has about 150,000 apps currently available, with both markets growing very quickly.

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3 user comments

117.3.2010 2:52

Awsome news for me and my HTC Hero from Sprint.

217.3.2010 5:18
xaeroak15
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The market should have a standard, seems
or more or less, some will abuse in the future...

317.3.2010 20:19

Originally posted by xaeroak15:
The market should have a standard, seems
or more or less, some will abuse in the future...
What?

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