Monday, November 29, 2010
Posted by Adan Galvan in "Windows Phone News" @ 07:00 AM
It is tough to argue that the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace doesn't still have a ways to go before it can be considered on par with the Android and iPhone equivalents. However, the growth of the marketplace is quickly providing users with a wealth of apps that seek to extend and improve on the feature set of the operating system. Furthermore, it seems that developers on average are pricing their apps at a discount to those on Android. According to analytics firm Distimo, Windows Phone 7 Marketplace apps sell for an average of just $1.95. In fact, that report shows that there are zero apps that sell for greater than 9.99. Hit the link for the full breakdown and analysis.