“During his keynote address at WWDC on Monday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs rattled off some key statistics. Among them was that there are 8,500 native iPad apps. Actually, at the time, Apple had over 9,000, but we’ll let that slide,” MG Siegler reports for TechCrunch.
“How do I know how many app there were? Because unlike other stores Apple oversees, they actually posts the number of apps available for the iPad,” Siegler reports. “And that number just hit 10,000.”
Siegler reports, “Back at the end of April, it was reported that Apple was approaching 5,000 iPad apps (actually, they were past that number at the time). That means that in about six weeks, the iPad App Store has doubled in size.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “GetMeOntop” for the heads up.]