Smart Phones are part of our life, so application stores that are individually based for the platforms like Blackberry, Windows Mobile OS, Android, iOS etc. have been published by the Mobile vendors. Mobile application store provides a new target point for vendors as well as bring up the dedication of customers. Below are the names of the best mobile application stores.
Apple App Store:
The Apple App Store is a serving for iOS instruments like iPad, iPhone and iPod offered by Apple Inc. that allows users to search and download applications from the store which were developed with the iOS SDK and launched by Apple. Applications can be downloaded very easily. Both paid and free apps are available.
Google Play, earlier known as Android Market is a store produced by Google for Android devices. Google Play is a place where users can download apps and the billing system allows app developer to get paid for it.
Windows Market Place:
Windows Market Place is a service provided by Microsoft for its Windows Phone. It has support for credit card transactions, billing and ad-supported content. The Market Place provides facility of trial or demo downloads for commercial applications. Windows Phone Marketplace will also feature downloads for 3D games that will have integrated Xbox live connectivity and features.
Nokia is focused on five services which includesGames, Maps, Media, Messaging, and Music. The Ovi Store was launched worldwide in May 2009. Here, customers can download mobile games, applications, videos, images, and ringing tones to their Nokia devices. Some of the items are free of charge, others can be purchased using credit card or through operator billing in selected operators. Ovi Store is intended to offer customers content that is compatible with their mobile devices and relevant to their tastes and locations.
Blackberry App World:
BlackBerry App World is an application store by Research In Motion for BlackBerry devices. It provides users to browse, download and update third party applications. BlackBerry App World 2.0 is the latest version. It’s also easier to buy the apps now, with credit card and carrier billing becoming available, and the new BlackBerry ID function lets you both perform those credit card payments and to easily move all your apps over to a new BlackBerry device.