Are the apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace of a higher quality than the ones in Google Play Store?
lack a microSD slot for expanding storage. Recent Android models usually have a 32GB capacity microSD slot and models running Android 2.2 or higher can store certain apps on their microSD card instead of using the phone's native memory. You would think that this would give Android users the incentive to have more apps on their phone than the average Windows Phone and Apple iPhone user.
The bottom line could mean that there are higher quality apps found in the Windows Phone Marketplace than on Google Play Store as the average user on each platform has found the same number of apps to install despite the much larger selection for Android users. The numbers can't be extrapolated for Apple iPhone users so easily. The larger number of apps on the average iPhone can be partially related to the larger number of apps in the Apple Store than in Google Play Store and Windows Phone Marketplace.