Last month, the folks from Distimo’s have provided us with interesting data on application stores. It looks like they hold up to their promise of monthly updates – the next report has just hit our inbox.

First of all, we get a look at the average pricing of applications across the various stores. One can clearly see that Microsoft’s plans to keep Windows Phone 7 a “premium brand” have failed when it comes to app pricing:
avgprice Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

Next up is the usual list of “best sellers”. The top apps for the iPhone look as following:
blackberry iphone Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 iphone paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

On the iPad, the table looks different:
ipad free Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 ipad paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

Windows Phone 7 has the following toplist:
wp7 free Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 wp7 paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

Which can be compared to the more app-heavy toplist for Windows Mobile:
wm free Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 wm paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

Next up is the Ovi Store:
ovi free Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 ovi paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

And Palm’s webOS store:
palm free Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 palm paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

Finally, a look at the BlackBerry:
blackberry free Distimo on App Stores   November 2010 blackberry paid Distimo on App Stores   November 2010

Hit the URL above for further info…

Related posts:

  1. Distimo – top sellers in November 2010
  2. The App market trends are changing, says Distimo
  3. Android: app prices differ between stores
  4. Krusell’s sale statistics for July 2010
  5. Krusell on phone sales – November 2010

2 Responses to “Distimo on App Stores – November 2010”

  1. I admit I am a ‘bottom feeder ‘. Who pays little for applications. Most likely I will get a used device with some free apps or apps from a previous owner.

    Palm garnet apps still exist but going out of business sales are highly likely.

  2. Hi Philpalm,
    as I recently sold a PalmOS app, ;) .

    But, on a more large scale, I wouldn’t expect any updates or much customer care at this point in time…

    All the best
    Tam Hanna

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