Do take this with a grain of salt, considering that it applies to the Appcelerator Titanium developer environment only. It seems that Windows Phone 7 is currently engaged in an uphill battle in the fight for mobile mind-shares.
Needless to say, the platform does live and die by its developers, and Appcelerator says that they’re losing interest in creating more apps for the Microsoft’s smart phone operating system. This is backed up by recent quarterly survey results, where only 29% of the developers gave a positive response. That is, only 29% stayed “very interested” in putting their apps on Windows Phone 7. That’s 7 points less than the last quarter, making it much less than what Android and iOS have going for them.
And if you think Windows is having a hard time, RIM had 11 points off this survey, putting them behind the folks from Redmond.
While the test results are yet to be incontrovertible, one can say that BlackBerry and WP7 are having a tough time catching up to iOS and Android.
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