Developers who publish their mobile apps and content for distribution on Nokia phones are achieving new successes every day. Currently, 411 developers have apps with more than one million downloads each from Nokia Store. There are more than 120 million registered customers downloading content from Nokia Store, choosing from 120,000 apps, and this is driving more than 15 million download requests per day.
The Windows Phone ecosystem is starting to thrive, with new, original and differentiated app experiences from partners including CNN, ESPN, Groupon, Yelp, TripAdvisor, Vimeo, Weather Channel, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Amazon, Evernote, iHeartRadio, Skype, Sesame Street, Xbox Live including Angry Birds and The New York Times. There are now more than 100,000 apps available in Windows Phone Marketplace.
As one of the largest mobile application developers in the world, MIGITAL has achieved success with in-app advertising on
Nokia platforms. Founded in 2004, the company has amassed a library of more than 500 applications across business, utilities,
games, entertainment, and sports categories. Using the paid download and in-app advertising revenue models, MIGITAL has clocked
up over 25 million downloads in Nokia Store so far.
Earlier in the year, we chronicled the success of IndiaGames and Pico Brothers. Today, we're happy to add Inode Entertainment
to the list of developers who have achieved the one hundred million download milestone via Nokia Store. It all started in
2006 when Jaime Enriquez decided to apply his passion for gaming to mobile handsets and applications. Since then, his company
has grown to ten developers who share his passion for app development. One of the first publishers in the Nokia Store during
its inception, Inode Entertainment is now one of the most successful development companies in Mexico.
What do you do for an encore after your mobile app has already been downloaded more than 11 million times? If you are Psiloc,
the Warsaw, Poland-based developer of the World Traveler app for Nokia phones, you develop a new version for Nokia's just-announced
Asha Touch phones -- the Nokia Asha 305, Asha 306, and Asha 311.
'It was an easy decision for us', says Wojciech Nowanski, Operations Director at Psiloc. 'We want to be on as many Nokia devices
as possible and to reach as many consumers as possible.'