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Apologies for the lack of updates recently. While the Windows Store has been growing by ~500 apps per day worldwide, only a fraction of these are truly stellar apps, and filtering out the wheat is still a manual process – … Continue reading
The Prestige is one of my favorite movies. Every time I watch it, I notice a nuanced plot twist that I missed before. Since I started counting, the second most frequent question I get after, “how many apps are there?” … Continue reading
If you haven’t yet read my post from yesterday, please do. It’s very relevant to this conversation. As I stated – The Windows Store doesn’t need a large number of apps to be successful. It needs a number of great apps … Continue reading
I noted yesterday on Twitter that many of the apps that are appearing on the store look alike. This is really unfortunate. It’s unfortunate for consumers as they’ll need to sort through lots of chaff to find really unique apps. … Continue reading
I just posted an entry on my “regular” blog that relates to this site. Thought some of you might want to read it. What’s the deal with counting Windows Store apps?
It’s been a few days since I posted an update on the growth of the store. Yesterday Mary Jo Foley posted an article with some of my recent stats, and Alex Wilhelm posted a bit more cynical take. Today, fellow … Continue reading
Milestones. Every one counts. Sure, the iOS app store has considerably more apps than the Windows Store today – that’s not news. But developers are adding to the Windows Store every day – and though some apps are removed from … Continue reading
I swear – there are other people asking for information too – but the other day Jason again gave me a good question for which I had the data in hand. He asked: As of yesterday, Sept. 18, 2012: There … Continue reading
As I mentioned yesterday, I asked my Twitter followers what Windows Store statistics they’d like to see. He likely meant it as a joke, but follower @databasejase asked: I figured I’d actually take a look at this one, just to … Continue reading