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Valued Customer,

To Droid or not to Droid...it’s no longer a question of IF you should develop your app for the Droid, but WHEN you should.  When we talk with our clients about this conundrum, we take into consideration the main functionality as well as audience of the app.  Then we look at the general statistics of wireless usage and make a determination on if it makes sense.

Many times we advise clients to start with the iPhone platform as the user base is still more “app centric” even though there are more Android users worldwide. The iPhone still has an edge with over 350,000 apps available while the Android is still hovering around 150,000. 

Perception has been that iPhone users have been wealthier and more technology focused than Android users, and while according to Cleveland Research Group that may have once been true, the market is quickly changing. By Q4 of 2012 it is estimated that 45% of al phones sold will be a smartphone; with Android overtaking the iPhone in number of units activated this year worldwide, the demographic differences between the two user bases are quickly shrinking.

John Rainey
VP of Business Development
o. 410.982.6698
e. john.rainey@accella.net

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