|I said, the rent is too dam high !|
Wait, do you hear that...sort of a high-pitched shriek, somewhere off in the distance? Unless we're mistaken, that's the sound you get when several thousand mobile developers all scream, "No s#@t!"
Specifically, ABI's report says monthly spending on mobile apps amounts to approximately $14 per user. To be frank, that sounds bad enough -- lower than we'd have guessed. But it gets worse.
When we factor in the huge number of
Still feeling optimistic about the apps biz? Well, then, while we're on the subject of mobile applications developers' likelihood of success, here's a visual guide to some related market info.:
|Depressing but necessary advice.|
Meanwhile, what's a destitute dev to do?
ABI reminds us that 'utility' apps are easier to build and have high demand, while even Android users like 'freemium' apps. We would instead point to Emerson's advice, "Build a better mousetrap."
On second thought, forget it -- that does sound a bit too much like work. Instead, MobilePhonesFan suggests calling the somewhat anxious people at Microsoft. They're cutting checks.
via: ABI Research; AppPromo