Another application distribution store is getting traction today as OfferedApp.com announces their new internet-based model. What makes this one so different from the current crop of app stores? There will be one title offered each day at no cost to users. While these would normally …
This one will only apply to our friends over in China, at least for the moment. We’ve just gotten a press release from the folks over at Appular, who have just signed a deal with iDreamsky to create SkyNet, which will essentially be the one-stop shop for Android apps and games in the Chinese market.
HTC has joined the growing list of companies throwing their hat in the app distribution game. According to Financial Times, the handset maker is prepping an online store of their own, which will offer apps and e-books.
By the time you finish reading this post, another three or four players will have entered the Android app store market. At least that it how it seems of late. The most recent big name company whispered in the same sentence as Android apps – …
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