The Mobile Revolution...Starting with the Apple App Store

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While Android may hold the majority of the market share, iOS devices are still leading the enterprise market. Arguably, this is due to the fact that the platform is much more secure and less fragmented compared to Android. This allows enterprises to employ BYOD with that device family with greater confidence than with Android.

Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world on January 10th, 2007. In the five years since the initial launch, the iOS operating systems – phone and tablets – have redefined the entire world of mobile computing. In fact, Apple recently reached its 50 billionth download, while Google is behind at 48 billion. Today, mobile continues to develop rapidly and the Apple App store grows, reshapes and changes every single day.

Here are five ways that the Apple App store has influenced mobile computing over the past five years, as identified by Perfecto Mobile.


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