I don’t ever recall an Apple competitor signing off a diatribe with a “Go screw yourself Apple” in print then. But today I’m not interested in commenting on Adobe’s naked attempt to agitate its developer base to browbeat Apple in public, but in exploring what choices App Store developers currently have beyond Apple’s “walled garden.
Great article. The discussion of Apple customers’ demographics is particularly apt.
I keep hearing about Apple’s “walled garden”, but intelligent analysis reveals a wall pretty easy to step over. How else to explain 185,000 apps, so many of which Apple’s critics claim are “garbage” anyway?