Game developers, such as Glu Mobile, are increasingly targeting iOS as a platform, along with Android. Flurry recently reported that iOS and Android devices are disrupting billions of dollars of game revenue traditionally earned by Nintendo DS and Sony PSP devices. It found that iOS and Android games have tripled their market share from roughly 20% in 2009 to nearly 60% in just two years. Combined, iOS and Android game revenue delivered $500 million, $800 million and $1.9 billion over 2009, 2010 and 2011, respectively.
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Casual Game Developers Must Take iOS-and Apple’s Approval Policies-Into Account