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The Race To App Store Quality

The Race To App Store Quality

Ever since Apple released its App Store on the (then) iPhone OS 2.0, a special emphasis has been placed on the quantity of apps. As other app markets arrived, the same metric of success carried over. The platform creators used the quantity of applications as a way to convince critics that their platform was popular and thriving and that prospective buyers could take comfort in the platform they were investing money.

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Cage Fight, Part 1: Why Android Will Win The Smartphone War

Cage Fight, Part 1: Why Android Will Win The Smartphone War

Pundits have been saying for some time now there’s no sense in trying to predict a winner of the smartphone war. Some say that the marketplace is large enough to accommodate everyone and that cage fights make no sense because the iPhone and Android phones cater to different audiences. Really?

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While some may not like labeling winners and losers, there are winners and losers in business every day.

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Cage Fight, Part 2: Why Apple Will Win The Smartphone War

Cage Fight, Part 2: Why Apple Will Win The Smartphone War

I have to say, I disagree with Kenny’s view that Apple is losing to Android. In fact, when Artem asked me what I thought of his article a few weeks ago, I went off for about 15 minutes listing reasons it was just plain wrong (at which point, I then debated back and forth with him for another 20 minutes).

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