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Too Late ?
Everybody will always be comparing them to what is already available - Google Play store and App store. It's a nice step but should have been done much sooner.
I really doubt that 3 - 6 months is enough time for them to build up a "healthy" supply of apps.
Everybody will always be comparing them to what is already available - Google Play store and App store. It's a ni
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