AndroLib has posted reports that 100,000 Android Applications have been submitted to the Android Market to date. However nearly 18,000 have been rejected or removed leaving approximately 83,000 applications currently available in the Android Market to download.
As you can see by the graph the number has risen sharply from 5,000 in June 2009. Also comparing the reported 83,000 applications from AndroLib with Google’s 70,000 report only a few weeks ago the Market place has added nearly 13,000 new applications in only a few weeks.
The Androlib directory does cover multiple markets, including international ones, so not all apps and games are available in the United States, necessarily. Not all markets are counted, even, so AndroLib claims it may potentially undercount the number of apps. Have a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
Via Tech CrunchFiled Under: Android News, Technology News