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100m applications downloaded from iTunes App Store

Got this in from Apple:

Apple(R) today announced that iPhone(TM) and iPod(R) touch users have downloaded more than 100 million applications from its groundbreaking new App Store since its launch on July 11, 2008. More than 3,000 applications are currently available on the App Store, with over 90 percent priced at less than $10 and more than 600 offered for free. Applications can take advantage of iPhone’s large display, innovative Multi-Touch(TM) user interface, fast hardware-accelerated 3D graphics, built-in accelerometer and location-based technology to create mobile applications unlike any seen before.

Fascinating. Absolutely fascinating stuff.

By Ewan

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3 replies on “100m applications downloaded from iTunes App Store”

Does this count the 20-odd times I've downloaded the Facebook app, because after a while it simply stops working and re-downloading it is the only solution?

Does this count the 20-odd times I've downloaded the Facebook app, because after a while it simply stops working and re-downloading it is the only solution?

Does this count the 20-odd times I've downloaded the Facebook app, because after a while it simply stops working and re-downloading it is the only solution?

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