Does RIM pay attention to App World download patterns?
It seems with RIM trying to bring developers to support their platform, they're mostly paid for apps.
That's fine and all because developers need to make money too.
But by looking at the Top Rated sections in App World. Majority of those are free apps.
What do I infer from this? That RIM definitely needs a healthy selection of free apps.
On another note, something I'd like to see in App World is for the Top Rated/Top Free/Top Paid, they should add an unlimited scroll. Once you reach the bottom, it refreshes the next 25. And so on.
So that way you're not limited to just 25 of that tab. It's more user friendly and easier to explore more apps.
- 05-04-2012, 03:26 PM #5
I have a funny feeling that there is no unlimited scroll because that would reveal the number of apps out there. I agree that I'd like to see that but I wonder if it's intended.Why is it that when your contract commitment is up, the phone you always wanted is now old and the phone you now want won't be out until the next quarter?
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05-05-2012, 06:12 AM #7
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And if there's a demand for something, there has to be a supply for it. If not, people will look some where else for it.
I understand you as a developer wouldn't see much revenue on free apps. But I'm not saying there should be a flood of free apps in App World. Just a healthy selection of it.