The Coevolution of Mobile OS User Market and Mobile Application Developer Community


  • Yu L Indiana University South Bend, 1700 Mishawaka Ave, South Bend, IN, USA, 46615


Smartphone OS, Mobile OS, user market, developer community


Mobile computing is becoming increasingly popular. Accordingly, mobile OS (operating systems) are becoming standard platforms for regular computer and phone users. This paper studies the evolution and the current status of mobile OS user market and mobile application developer community. In particular, we study how smartphone mobile OS user market coevolves with its application developer community. Through this study, we highlight the symbiosis relations between mobile OS user market and mobile apps developer community.


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How to Cite

Yu, L. (2024). The Coevolution of Mobile OS User Market and Mobile Application Developer Community. COMPUSOFT: An International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 2(02), 44–48. Retrieved from



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