A recent report really drives home the point that Android Developers who submit their apps to the Amazon App Store tend to make more money lately than on the official Google Android Market.
There were some key findings in the report that give some statistics on the actual semantics. “Of all the applications that are available in both stores, 110 applications generated at least $200 each day in one of the stores during the last week of January. 42 of these applications generated more revenue in the Amazon Appstore than in Google Android Market. Of the total income these 110 applications generated in both stores, 28% was generated in the Amazon Appstore.” Also, “Spurred on by the launch of the Kindle Fire and the 2011 holiday season, the total number of downloads generated by the top 100 apps in the Amazon Appstore increased fourteen-fold in December 2011, compared to two months earlier.”
Check out the full report HERE.
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