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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by CGLOCK, Jan 8, 2010.

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    Some fyi, CNBC tv is talking about apps right now for apple and Droid. Named '" Planet of the apps"
     
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    I missed this one...I saw the one on Monday about Google though.

    Please post anything interesting they may have said about the Droid and apps.
     
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    After catching only part of the show it didnt say much about Driod at all. The show was more about Apple and all the money to be made from apps. Saying its a 4 Billion dollar/year buisness expected to reach 25/year in 2014.
     
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    wow.......pretty impressive.

    Here's to hoping some of that spills over to Android. Which I think in time it will.

    Android has made a serious impact in these past few months.
     
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    Not really surprising. Apple has been the leader and it's hard to argue numbers when it comes to apps downloaded. Droid is the new kid on the block and by this time next year it will have nearly as many as apps and good apps as the iphone, but until then Apple will rule the app market and the media will repeat it as such.