Making money in apps isn't easy, and majority of developers are moonlighting

Mobile applications have a central place in the wireless industry but despite their pivotal role, most developers who create these apps find it very difficult to succeed in this business and even harder to make money at it. The challenges gained new context last week when Evans Data Corp. released findings from its latest survey of global developers. The company revealed that the vast majority of application developers develop their apps on a part-time basis while they earn their incomes in other ways. Still, over time Evans Data expects the proportion of full-time developers grow. Special feature

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