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Average app price is rising faster for iPad than iPhone; its higher too

The average price of apps for Apple’s iPad has risen by 14.5 percent to nearly $5 in the last six months

RingJam hits the App Store

Emotive (formerly Zad Mobile) has launched a free RingJam app for Apple’s App Store

Apple touts App Store success but shies away from TV apps

Apple used its media event in San Francisco today to provide official updates on its app store offering, whilst the vendor also upgraded its TV service but appeared reluctant to join industry momentum uniting such services with apps. In just over two years since launch, Apple’s App Store has created a new business model for the mobile industry and now boasts 250,000 apps on offer and more than 6.5 billion downloads (that’s 200 apps every second)…

Shazam forges closer ties with Apples App Store

Mobile music discovery provider Shazam has strengthened ties with Apple’s App Store by updating its services for iPhone and iPod touch owners.

Growing pains in the mobile app industry

Launch of Microsoft’s Bing search app for Android is indicative of changing industry pressures.

Apple’s App Store downloads top 2B

Apple has announced that more than 2 billion apps have been downloaded from its App Store since launch last year. The largest applications store in the world now offers more than 85,000 apps.

Apple touts 100,000 apps

Apple has announced that developers have created over 100,000 apps for the App Store, the largest applications store in the world. The company claims that the store experiences 10,000 downloads a day across 77 countries.

Apples App Store downloads top 3B

Apple yesterday announced that more than 3 billion apps have been downloaded from its App Store by iPhone and iPod touch users worldwide.

Apple bans apps after iTunes fraud

Apple has removed all applications belonging to developer Thuat Nguyen from its iTunes App Store.

Report: Nokia needs to improve app developer offering

A new report has found that Nokia faces “significant challenges” in ensuring its Ovi Store becomes a success, with up to 20 percent of existing app developers unwilling to commit to using the store again in the future.