Mexican app developer Inode recently passed 300 million downloads via the Nokia Store, according to a post on the Conversations by Nokia blog.
The download figures makes Inode the biggest developers in the Nokia Store. And the growth has been impressive: in November 2011, the company had seen 35 million downloads, rising to 100 million by May 2012.
The company was one of the first to publish content for Nokia Store when it launched in 2009 and Inode CEO and director Jaime Enriquez said Nokia Store appealed as it gives developers “the ability to target different types of users”.
Inode has more than 100 titles in the Nokia Store included themes and personalisation content for Nokia Series 40 and Asha devices and games and productivity apps for S60 and Symbian touch-enabled devices.
The vast majority of Inode’s apps are free, with the one per cent of titles it monetises supporting company growth.
The company started to publish its first titles for Windows Phone this year. “We’re really interested in the Windows Phone platform. We have published some games, and will publish about 10 more in the next few months. I’m happy about how we have grown”, said Enriquez.