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No More Space For Poor Quality Apps: Recapping Apps World 2014

Few weeks ago my colleagues and I attended Apps World North America and here's my brief wrap-up of the key trends and challenges that were most spoken about during this fantastic event gathering over 8,ooo mobile developers, marketers, operators, device manufacturers and other mobile scene actors. Top publishers are already investing and planning to invest significantly more in apps and games development and marketing, as they see both skyrocketing revenues and great potential for future success. Initial app releases and updates become crucial for the leading publishers such as Gameloft, Zynga, Gree.

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Programming Languages Ranking: January 2014 vs January 2013

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