12-07-2009, 09:43 PM
With all the coverage of recently launched manufacturer’s application stores it’s easy to forget that there have been several companies working in the application store space for a number of years. AAS talks to Eric Pfeifer, Content Acquisition Director at Handmark to find out what an independent aggregator has to offer.
Read on in the full article (http://www..com/features/item/App_Stores_A_Handmark_perspective.php).
13-07-2009, 12:37 PM
After this interesting post i hope All About Symbian to have finally widely agree that native applications/games are usually quite better than java applications.
And the OVI STORE should improve (a lot) at this point.It is for sure a good thing that it at least started operating.
1.Obvious one...To have the ability to choose from native application than java/flash/python application In the settings.
NEWS.Ovi Store launching with 2000 things to buy.
Of course there are 2000 things to buy.when you fill a store with 5 € Star Trek wallpapers (please are kidding me Nokia).
Over these 2000 things there are only (optimistic) 100 applications.from mobisystems_epocware_psiloc.
I think it would have better reception if they only launched with quality than quantity.