71% of iPhone/iPod touch Apps Free?

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71% of iPhone/iPod touch Apps Free?

Analyst surveys developers post-keynote.


Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Musnter chatted with 20 Apple developers after Monday's keynote address.


Gene learned that of the 20 developers he spoke to, 50% attended to develop exclusivley for the iPhone/iPod touch, 50% we're developing "Enterprise apps." While 70% had written applications for other mobile platforms.


With regard to app pricing, 71% of the apps would be free, with the average paid app price to be $2.29.


These numbers are nice, but can 20 developers out of 5,200 be any real indication of the developer community's plans for the iPhone/iPod touch?


Via AppleInsider




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Those are ridiculous numbers. It's like looking at Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, and Volkswagen... and then coming out with the statement: "75% of car manufacturers price their cars over $100,000".

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