Engadget: Apple still ahead in terms of app of store revenue but its market share is shrinking.
Device Index app stores
The Inquirer: Prohibits open source software running on Windows Phone 7 from being offered at its mobile apps store.
Geek.com: Apple is, apparently, working on the next generation of app store features.
Our weekly roundup of the best free and paid applications available for the iPhone and iPod touch.
You can still purchase software from the Android Market for the T-Mobile edition of the first 'gPhone' however.
Research firm says catalog size isn't as relevant as ease of use for mobile device users.
Analytics firm Pinch Media tracks application usage based on over 30 million downloads.
There's much to like about the 2.0 software upgrade, which adds a huge variety of features and programs to the iPhone and iPod touch.
Get tickets, play games, count calories, find your location, create play lists, track sports scores, and more. Your iPhone still can't boil an egg, but with these apps it can do most everything else.
As Steve Jobs hyped during the June 2008 Worldwide Developers Conference, the new iPhone App Store launched with more than 500 software titles. It now sports well over a thousand apps. Many of these are free, while others run up to $9.99 or more. It is fairly straightforward to add any of these applications to your iPhone.
"It's coming from inside the house." Home automation vendors have announced new software that will let iPhone and iPod touch users dim the lights, control the temperature, and even view live surveillance video over Wi-Fi at home and over cellular while away.
Just how safe is it to download and use, say, an application that can access an Amazon account and make purchases with one click? (Gulp!)
Looking to tap the growing market for mobile content, the world's top cell phone maker unveiled today Ovi Store, a new online software and media store.
This week's Mobile World Congress marks new efforts by the two powerhouses to follow upstart Apple's lead with the iPhone.
Program now available through Google's Android Market for 'gPhones' like the T-Mobile G1.