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Crittercism: Apple Watch has a crash rate of less than 0.1%

The Apple Watch may still have some user expectations to meet, but with a crash rate of 0.12333 percent, reliability won't be one of them, according to recently-released data from Crittericism. The San Francisco-based mobile app performance management firm provided raw data in an email to  FierceDeveloper.

Fiksu: Ad cost per install for Android apps up 59% since last year

The cost per install directly attributed to advertising for Android apps is up 59 percent since this time last year, just a little higher than iOS, though Apple's platform has been significantly less expensive in the last two months, according to Fiksu.

Report: Android trails iOS in 30-day mobile game retention by 72%

Android mobile games trail iOS in retention over a 30-day period by an average of 72 percent, according to AppsFlyer. "iOS dominates gaming retention, widening gap with Android over time," the report said.

Microsoft faces uphill climb convincing iOS and Android developers to port apps to Windows 10

In the three weeks since Microsoft announced it would let developers who have written apps for Google's Android and Apple's iOS port those apps to phones and tablets running Windows 10, Microsoft hasn't exactly had its door beaten down by developers.

App Annie: Social and communication apps were No. 1 in Q1

Social and communication apps were the No. 1 app category based on sessions per active user in the first quarter of this year, according to App Annie. The mobile analytics firm released its Insights Into App Engagement report based on data from its usage intelligence platform.

iOS developers weigh in on reports Apple is having some HomeKit launch problems

iOS developers rarely get firm deadlines from Apple, but some are scratching their heads over speculation about when devices supporting its HomeKit protocol will be widely available.

Report: Phablets made up 21% of U.S. smartphones sales in Q1, with the iPhone 6 Plus leading the way

Smartphones keep getting bigger and bigger smartphones are delivering big sales, according to a new report from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

Microsoft to let Android and iOS developers create apps that will run on Windows 10

 Microsoft is working to address its most glaring deficiency in mobile—a lack of applications compared to other platforms.  The company announced today that it will let developers that have written apps for Google's Android and Apple's iOS port those apps to become Universal apps for phones and tablets running Windows 10.

Smartphone OS rollouts: What to expect from Google, Apple and Microsoft

Google, Apple and Microsoft are all expected to show off new enhancements to their respective smartphone operating systems over the next few months.

BlackBerry's embrace of a software strategy leaves some analysts skeptical

BlackBerry is an afterthought in the device market, but the company wants to become much more of a software player in the next few years. However, the open question is whether the company has the wherewithal to achieve its goals.