Did ComScore Goad Gartner?

Mobile Entertainment, Tuesday, January 19, 2010 3:45 PM
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Online publisher Mobile Entertainment is reporting that comScore has questioned the findings of a new Gartner research report, which determined that Apple's App Store accounted for 99.4% of all mobile app downloads in 2009. Commenting on the Gartner numbers during a presentation at the Mobile Games Forum in London today, comScore's (very Brit) analyst Alistair Hill said: "I think somebody's missed something out on the maths there ... I find that hard to believe ... We know iPhone users buy a lot more apps than anybody else, but that [the Gartner claims] still doesn't work." According to ME, Hill also suggested that BlackBerry users "buy more games than the average person" in response to a question about RIM's platform.

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