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Measuring app success by the number of downloads is so 2009. You need to look at app retention -- the number of times the app gets used instead.
Read my full post on the Ness Software Engineering Effectiveness blog.
Photo by Sean MacEntee on Flickr. Used under Creative Commons License.
June 28, 2012 in Apple, Cell Phones, Google, mobile | Permalink
Android, App Development, Apple, Apps, Google, iOS, Mobile
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