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    the mobile app economy isn't as big as you might think. Based on an aggregation of data points from iSuppli, Forrester Research, company releases, and our own estimates, mobile app revenues were a little under $3.5 billion last year

  • Kathy Sandler

    CHART OF THE DAY: The App Economy Is ~$3.5 Billion - Business Insider

  • Julian Green

    Why app developers develop for IOS

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