After all with that many apps how do you stand out ?
For example, a recent search for EA, the brand for game giant Electronic Arts Inc., turned up 15 games from a company called Digital Chocolate Inc. A close look at the games' description showed that the word "each" was abbreviated to "ea."
Yup. these days you pretty much need to know the exact name of the app to find it easily on the app store. I've found it easier to find an app on the iPhone's App Store than on iTunes' App Store, because generally the one I'm looking for comes out near the top of a list instead of somewhere on a big page of apps.
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