Determining how many Android apps are available for mass consumption has always been an exercise in guesstimation, but thanks to AdroLib -- a website where you can browser Android apps from your PC -- we now have a pretty good idea. According to AndroLib , Google's Android Market now sits at a little over 10,000 strong .
That's a far cry from the 70,000 or so apps available to iPhone and iPod Touch owners through Apple's App Store, but consider that back in May of this year, T-Mobile CTO Cole Brodman said there are about 2,300 Android apps available for the platform. The rapid growth bodes well for the future of Android, and it also helps that there are a ton more free apps then there are paid ones.
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