Five years ago Wednesday, Apple launched the iPhone App Store and, with it, ushered in a new app economy.
Lots of changes have taken place over the last five years and it’s hard to argue that the impact the App Store has had on the world of mobile and smartphones is anything but immense.
On Monday, Apple started celebrating five years of the App Store with some free app promotions and a look at highlights over the last half-decade. Although that list was good, it missed some important milestones.
After all, the arrival of Angry Birds and Instagram are important, but who can forget the app “I Am Rich” or the deluge of fart apps in the App Store? And speaking of app bans, remember when Apple refused to let Google Voice apps in the store? Read more…More about Apple, Features, App Store, and Ios
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