Android Is Solving Its Monetization Problem, And That's Great News For Developers

It’s no longer true that it doesn’t pay to be an Android developer.

Android is the most popular computing software in the world. It’s already running on 76% of mobile devices. In the same way that Windows software defined the PC era, Android now defines mobile computing. And that means it has too big an audience for developers to ignore.

In a recent report, BI Intelligence explains that it’s no longer the case that there’s no money to be made on Android. In fact, when a broad view of revenue is taken into account, including advertising, mobile commerce, and other fees, Android only lags Apple by a hair in terms of monetization. The report also explains how Android developers can do more to boost monetization.

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Here are our takeaways on the Android market opportunity:

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