Only half of the most popular iOS apps can also be found on Windows 8

by TabTimes Staff

August 8 2013

Microsoft’s struggle to get developers working on Windows 8 is showing no sign of letting up. New figures suggest that the operating system only offers 54% of the most popular iOS apps.

Infragistics senior product manager Nick Landry recently compiled a list of which popular iOS apps can be found on Android and Windows, and discovered that Android offered 95% of the 100 most popular iOS apps.

It was a different story for Microsoft though. The report detailed that Windows Store – the app portal for Windows 8 – only offered 54% of the top 100 iOS apps, although this marginally improved to 63% for Windows Phone.

The Windows 8 figure includes Metro style apps for Windows 8 and Windows RT but does not include Windows desktop apps.

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  • Princyxavier
    1 year 3 months ago

    Windows 8 seems to be bit slow when compared to other platforms like IOS and Android.The apps in the store is double the amount when compared to other platforms.Because Windows mainly concentrate on quality apps.
    http://www.contus.com/windows-application-development.php

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