| BY THE APPLE GIRL
Why does every mobile OS maker or app seller want to call their application distribution platform an App Store? That’s what Apple is complaining about.
It’s no doubt that Microsoft has an issue about the trademark and it filed a motion at the US trademark and Patent office to deny Apple’s application, claiming Apple cannot trademark a generic term. To remind Microsoft, “App Store” wasn’t a generic term until Apple created it.
Soon Amazon followed and named it’s store for Android apps as “Amazon App Store” and Apple sued Amazon.
Why cant others call their distribution platforms something else like “Application Store”, because thats what an App Store really is?
| BY THE GOOGLE CHIC
Google has done a good job calling it’s “App Store” the Market. However, an outsider who is not familiar with Android may wonder what the Market is. The response to that would be the app store for Android.
Yes, AppleGirl we can call it the application store. However, in this day and age where acronyms are in our everyday vocab, who doesn’t use the abbreviated version 🙂
I say that we coin the new term the App Entrepot and call it a day!