Tech-giant announces that 2013 is the best-ever year for their App Store, who finished in style.
Since Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007 to the world, it was Steve Jobs who stood on the stage. The then Apple guru at the time, had no plans to leave 3. -party developers “destroy” the user experience with their own software.
Who came however soon other buns on the soup, and the following year was presented to the App Store, developers and the associated tools that would enable them to develop apps for the platform. Who is shown no doubt that it changed the election has been good for both Apple and the developers.
Tech-giant informs now in a press release that the iOS-customers in 2013 have used for the equivalent of 55 billion Danish kroner, and that 5.5 billions of them are used in December 2013. It also means that Apple has paid the equivalent of 82 billion kroner for iOS developers since its inception in 2008.
“We would like to thank our customers for making 2013 for the best year ever for the App Store,” said Eddy Cue, who is the Senior Vice President of Apple’s Internet software and services. “The supply of apps up to Christmas was great, and we look forward to seeing what developers find on in 2014.”
Apple has also recently announced to their developers, that All apps should be adapted to the iOS 7. After updating to iOS 7 that brought brand new design for your devices, there is namely not the well-known synergy in apps from 3rd party developers, not all of which have optimized their apps to the new design.
But that does not, therefore, customers in buying tons of apps anyway.