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 Source: Windows Store

Disclaimer:
All data and Information provided in this report is provided AS-IS! It does not warrant any commitment neither from me nor from Microsoft. The data is tallied from the information Microsoft made visible to the outside world, and is subject to change at any time. Applications are constantly being submitted and pulled from Store, and also subject to Store Cloud propagation, which means the data you see here may not be current at any time, and possibly different from your part of the world. Errors in this report are mine  and not Microsoft’s and does not constitute any binding agreement.

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118 thoughts on “Total App Count”

  1. Good info.
    Can you please update the app counts for just ARM devices? Bible Pronto (ARM supported) is still stuck at certification. Its been 10 days.

    1. That is indeed part of future plans for this Report page. But until Microsoft releases a clear API to the Store, it will be difficult given the convolute way we extract data at the moment. Thanks for the advice, keeping this in mind.

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      1. oooohhh. still dont like that :( was hoping for a good pdf reader in the store and cant find out for myself what is going on. yet. waiting for Samsung Ativ smart pc to go down in price. :(

  3. could you please provide me with the link to the checkers pro, audio analyzer, and is there any good chess games in the store? and what is good in the books and references section? cant wait 10 days till launch

    1. If you have installed Windows 8, you can actually get it faster. Just open the Store, open the Search Charm and search for those names as-is in the post.

  4. 3350 apps OMFG that’s fantastic!

    McAkins in regards to letting you know what device I would get, i have gotten the samsung new series 9 ultrabook and i am getting the windows 8 upgrade for it. It is extremely thin, light, powerful, has a large multi touch trackpad, has excellent battery life and it is beautiful too. I thought long and hard about this decision and realised that the upcoming tablets excluding the windows surface pro will be a rip off basically for what you get. And even in the case of the surface pro I might get version 2.0 with the new haswell processor, as the tablet will have 15-20 hours battery life, will be the thickness of the 3rd gen ipad and will therefore be super light too, therefore delivering the true purpose of a tablet being mobility/portability. At the moment the surface pro is nice but doesn’t deliver this just yet. Anyway I’m really looking forward to windows 8 on my ultrabook. Let me know in the comments what device you get when you get it.

    Thanks
    Dan

    1. Thanks Dan for sharing. For sure I’ll be getting the SurfaceRT for the Misses, and I will be getting the Pro for me in February. Already have the Pro Tablet now and already I can’t live without it, so I’ll just be getting SurfacePro for the amount Sensors it comes with and the battery life.

  5. Cool! I was looking at that, but now from what i read i dont like it anymore. If i were you look at the lenovo thinkpad tablet 2, or the asus transformer book. I myself am looking at the samsung series 9 ultrabook, surface rt or lenovo thinpad tablet 2. Not sure if I want a tablet or laptop. I just can’t decide. If you need any help with tablets, hybrid tablets just let me know, I can help you as I have researched them all.

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