by July 2, 2013 0 comments

Microsoft may not be doing wonders with its Windows Phone app ecosystem but surely the company can take heart out of the fact that in less than a year, the Windows Store has reached the 100,000 mark which was not the case with Android or iOS.

This announcement comes on the back of the company’s revelation at the recently concluded Build developer summit that Windows Store is on the brink of crossing the six-figure mark and that too in less than year since it was launched back in 2012.

Windows 8 did not have the most promising starts. The platform has grown marginally in countries while the likes of Android and iOS continue to dominate proceedings. Microsoft has faced huge challenge to get developers on board for Windows 8.

But with Windows 8.1 coming soon with a Start button, better apps integration and lot more, things look to be moving on the right direction for the Windows major. Currently, Windows Store possesses Twitter, Facebook, Temple Run, Viber, and WhatsApp to name a few with host of other companies also available.

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