Windows Phone market tops 80K apps

According to All About Windows Phone, it took just under five months for the number of developers who published Windows Phones apps to double.

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The Metro interface in Windows Phone. Microsoft

Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace now has more than 80,000 mobile apps, with new ones being added at a rate of 340 apps per day, according to a technology blog.

All About Windows Phone said in a post yesterday, that as of April 1, there were 82,234 apps published from some 20,327 different developers.

According to the post, it took just under five months for the number of developers who published Windows Phones apps to double. It added that the 50,000-app mark was reached on Dec. 27 last year, the 60,000 mark on Jan. 22, and the 70,000 mark on Feb. 23.

Read more of "Windows Phone Marketplace surpasses 80,000 apps at ZDNet Asia.

 

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