China emerges as locus of new apps revolution

03/7/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

China is proving to be an immense, untapped reservoir of potential opportunity for mobile application makers, but getting a toehold in the highly competitive and loosely regulated sector is an uphill battle some developers would rather not fight. For companies that stick around and manage to dodge the hurdles -- such as Fotopedia, a developer of apps for photo travel magazines -- China is outpacing the U.S. as the primary growth market for mobile apps. "China is a really big deal for us," said Christophe Daligault, senior vice president of global business for Fotonauts, Fotopedia's parent company.

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