Coming soon: an app explosion in China

China is now the world's largest smartphone market, according to several analyst firms, including IDC. However, until recently there hasn't been much of an incentive for mobile developers and publishers to market their apps in the Chinese market, which is marked by the fragmentation of hundreds of third-party app stores, as well as fears of piracy. While these concerns continue to hamper the Chinese app market, a number of other factors are now helping to smooth out the path to China for mobile developers. As a result, many in the mobile app industry are taking another look at the possibilities of moving into the world's largest wireless market. Find out why China could be ground zero in the next big app explosion in this FierceMobileContent special report.

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