In less than two months, Windows Phone 7 Marketplace has amassed over 5,000 apps. To put that in perspective, that’s just as many apps as Palm’s webOS, a platform that has been out since June of 2009. Like any App Store, there are some less than great apps, but we haven’t seen a wealth of crap apps. That tells us that the 5,000 mark is a very real number and it means that developers are embracing Windows Phone 7.
Not a bad way to end 2010 as we look forward to news from Microsoft next week at CES. We’ll be on location and hope to bring you all the goods.
How is a app developed? I would really like to know.