Booming Android smartphone sales in China and around the world helped with Motorola’s turn over and making HTC well known. On top of that, a nascent industry — mobile apps developing — is stealthily growing.

And the burgeoning deed in China has lots of interesting and noteworthy facts. According to a report by Guohead(click to download), the leading mobile ads optimization platform in China, individual developers in China account for 42.1% of the national total of apps developers, while team with 2 to 5 people account for 28.3%, and team with 15 plus people account for 11.8%. Besides, only 35% of these team have been doing this for over a year, which means 65% of Chinese apps developers were just tap into the nascent area, with experience of no more than a year.

They have been pouring into the mobile apps area, maybe just because the market is on hype, or they decide to roll up the sleeves just after reading a story about how Angry Birds becomes a million dollar business overnight. They may come short in both funding and experience, eager to replicate success by copy successful products such as Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja etc..

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Ben Jiang

Listener of startups, writer on tech. Maker of things, dreamer by choice.