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30/11/2012 - Amazon Appstore Continues Global Expansion, Now Available in Japan
Amazon continues its strong effort to corner the digital content market with the announcement that they have launched a Japanese version of the Amazon App Store, bringing forth a wealth of content for their line of tablets as well as smart phones and other mobile devices.

24/07/2012 - Twist: an iPhone app that estimates your arrival time
Twist is here and can become your favourite iPhone app, if you are usually running late. Are you among those that are never on time at their meetings with partners and friends? If you lose track of time without even realizing it, there is an iPhone app just for you. Twist is a new iPhone app that was released exactly for this kind of people.

21/03/2012 - PayPal Here, Mobile Payment Solution
PayPal has launched its own mobile payment solution, PayPal Here. The new service includes a free application and a secured card reader attachable to the mobile phone, transforming any iPhone – and soon, any Android smartphone – into a mobile payment solution. Along with PayPal Here, PayPal has launched the latest version of PayPal Mobile for iPhone, complementary application with PayPal Here, available for free in App Store.

07/06/2011 - Apple Presented the iCloud Service
Steve Jobs returned from his medical leave to present in San Francisco more novelties, including the iCloud service through which users’ files can be stored on Apple’s servers, they being able to easily access them from anywhere, using iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or other Apple products.

18/06/2010 - Apple Releases Find My iPhone App
If you lose your iPhone or iPad while on the go, simply install the Find My iPhone app on any other iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to find it. Apple just announced that the Find My iPhone app is now available as a free download from the App Store.

31/05/2010 - Netsize Trends Survey Tracks Fast-Growth in Independent Application Stores
Netsize has released “Application Store Billing”, a report that analyzes the wave of recent application store developments and reveals the business models and billing methods that will bring application store mass-market success.

05/05/2010 - NPD: 75% of US iPhone and iPod Touch users Download Apps and Games
The NPD’s "Entertainment Trends in America" update reveals three quarters of iPhone and iPod touch users are connecting to the Web to download entertainment content and apps.

12/02/2010 - Goes iPhone
We are happy to announce that our own iPhone /iPod touch application is now available in the Apple App Store.

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22/01/2010 - Gartner: Consumers Will Spend $6.2 Billion in Mobile Application Stores in 2010

Consumers will spend $6.2 billion in 2010 in mobile application stores while advertising revenue is expected to generate $0.6 billion worldwide, according to market research firm Gartner.

14/12/2009 - Key Factors That Determine a Winning Application Store Strategy for Operators

Juniper Research estimates that by 2011 the majority of all applications-related revenue will originate from applications delivered via applications stores. And this trend will continue, with the contribution of 4G (both WiMAX and LTE) giving subscribers the opportunity to experience better mobile voice and data services, via application stores.

Operators are only just beginning to realize that they have the existing assets to support their goal of launching an application store. By using the right avenues to tap into these assets, operators can fast track their venture into this exciting, profitable space.

There are 7 key factors that determine a winning application store strategy for operators.

10/11/2009 - Sky Takes Mobile TV to iPhone and iPod touch

UK’s largest mobile TV service is now available for iPhone and iPod touch.

Sky announced the availability of the Sky Mobile TV App on the App Store. The company has created a dedicated app for the service specifically for iPhone and iPod touch. The app allows users to stream live TV via WiFi and the channels available include all Sky Sports channels, Sky Sports News, Sky News, ESPN and At The Races.

01/09/2009 - Windows Mobile 6.5 Phones Coming October 6th

The new phones will be the first to feature Windows Mobile 6.5, the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile phone software.

The company didn’t unveil any new details, they just promised “easy-to-use user interface”, “better browsing capabilities” and “access to valuable services”, which will be Windows Marketplace for Mobile (the company’s app store) and Microsoft My Phone (backup cloud service), that are also set to launch on October 6.

16/07/2009 - Apple Updates iTunes, Ends Pre's iPod Charade

Apple has released an iTunes update that prevents Palm's Pre smartphone from appearing to be an iPod when connected to a Mac or PC.
According to Apple, iTunes 8.2.1 is a free software update that provides a number of important bug fixes.

16/07/2009 - Symbian to Launch App Store Platform

The Symbian Foundation has unveiled its application-publishing program - becoming the latest in what is becoming a long line of mobile app stores.
Called Symbian Horizon it is scheduled for general availability in October.

15/07/2009 - iPhone App Downloads Pass 1.5 Billion

Apple's App Store has hit the 1.5 billion download mark just a few days after celebrating its first anniversary.
iTunes now has more than 65,000 apps available in 77 countries, with over 100,000 developers registered with the iPhone Developer Program.

15/07/2009 - RIM Launches MyBlackberry Forum

RIM has launched a RIM-operated community forum for BlackBerry users.
MyBlackBerry is akin to a bulletin board and is intended as a place were any BlackBerry users can share tips, stories, review apps and discuss their handsets.

07/07/2009 - Consumer LBS Market to Double, "Free" Services to Gain

Worldwide consumer location-based services (LBS) subscribers and revenue are expected to more than double in 2009.
The growth is being driven by the higher availability of GPS-enabled phones, reduced prices and the appearance of application stores, according to Gartner.

04/06/2009 - Palm Pre Passes First Hurdle - "iPhone Competitor"

Palm's Pre smartphone has received a pre-launch boost with a succession of (mostly) favorable reviews.
And, in what must be the ultimate accolade in the highly competitive smartphone market, the device has even been described as a tough competitor to Apple's iPhone.

26/05/2009 - Teething Troubles Disrupt Nokia's Ovi Store Launch

Nokia has officially opened the doors to the Ovi Store application site - but its answer to Apple's app store immediately ran into problems.
High traffic "spikes" - which would surely have been expected, right? - meant users experienced slow downloading and page upload times.

14/05/2009 - App Store Growth Risks Confusing Consumers

INTERVIEW: Mark Newman, Chief Research Officer at analyst house Informa, talks about some of the latest trends affecting the mobile voice and data markets.
Speaking in advance of his address to the Insights'09 conference next month in Lisbon, he discusses the impact of the iPhone, the rush to open app stores and carriers' attitude to mobile VoIP.

12/05/2009 - Vodafone Plans App Store For 289m Customers

Vodafone is joining the increasingly busy application store game by launching its own venture in a number of European markets later this year.
The mobile operator will take a 30 per cent share of all app revenue - mirroring Apple's App Store.

28/04/2009 - Mobile App Revenues To Reach $25bn By 2014

Mobile app revenues are expected to climb to more than USD $25bn by 2014 - fuelled by the launch of a raft of new application stores.
But while one-off downloads currently account for the majority of revenues, that will change with the increasing utilization of in-app billing, according to Juniper Research.

14/04/2009 - Palm's App Catalog v. Apple's App Store. How Do They Compare?

Mobile application stores are becoming ten-a-penny these days, what with Nokia's Ovi Store set to launch within a month and Palm's App Catalog expected with the eagerly-anticipated arrival of the Pre (next month?).
But as the potential market for app developers expands, how do the six "stores" (iPhone App Store, Android App Market, BlackBerry App World, Windows Mobile Marketplace, Nokia Ovi Store and Palm App Catalog) compare?

02/04/2009 - Android Market Reaches 40 Million Downloads

T-Mobile G1 customers have downloaded on average more than 40 applications from Android Market.
With one million G1s sold that adds up to 40 million downloads in total since the first Android handset was launched six months ago.

01/04/2009 - Blackberry App World Launches, 1,000 Apps Expected in First Week

Research In Motion (RIM) has launched its application store Blackberry App World in the US, the UK and Canada, with more country launches to follow.
Unveiled at CTIA 2009 in Las Vegas, the much-anticipated app store for BlackBerry smartphones will offer a mix of personal and business applications, both free and paid.

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