Androlib has once again topped the blogger charts as a great source of info about Android applications. The independent site is an alternate way to search the Android market for apps and download them – and it has been running since day one. So it can offer great stats on Android apps that aren’t available anywhere else. And today it has revealed that a whopping 10,000 apps were added to the Android Market in March alone… and the number is growing exponentially.
First there’s the number of new apps published per month:
Perhaps more importantly, we see the total number of apps that are available on the Market:
What we think?
Go and compare those graphs to the ones we saw back in December. There were 20,000 apps available in total then. Now it’s over 40,000. It’s still about one third of Apple, but it’s catching up. Looks like device fragmentation hasn’t been as much of a problem as I had thought back then!