The Windows Phone Marketplace is miles behind Apple’s App Store and Google Play in terms of volume, but Nokia’s Stephen Elop - for one - stresses that quality is more important than quantity.
While there are some pretty big holes, one in particular sounds set to be plugged pretty soon, in the shape of BBC iPlayer.
That’s what Nokia told The Inquirer at some Nokia Lumia 610 launch thingy in London last week. Indeed, the Finns reckon BBC iPlayer for Windows Phone will arrive “within the next few weeks”.
Sky Go for Windows Phone, however, is thought to be “a good few months” away yet.
At the aforementioned event, Microsoft’s sultry temptress Leila Martine told attendees that the Windows Phone Marketplace is now growing at a rate of 100 apps per day, faster than both the App Store and Google Play.
Last month, Stephen "burning platform" Elop claimed that the Windows Phone Marketplace had nearly two-thirds of the smartphone world’s top apps. Still no sign of Angry Birds Space, however…