Inode hits 300 million downloads from Nokia Store
Mexican developer now also looking to Windows Phone
Last time we were talking with Inode Entertainment, it had hit 200 million downloads from the Nokia Store.
Eight months on, however, and the 10 man-strong Mexican studio is now over 300 million downloads.
Part of this success comes from the company's broad approach.
It has published over 100 apps, ranging from themes and personalisation apps to games.
Widening the target
But it's not just about low-level utilities.
The company has started releasing games for Windows Phones too.
It hopes to release 10 titles for Nokia's new platform in 2013, but it's clear that it's the Asha range of devices that currently drives the majority of the company's downloads such as its game Moto Challenge, as seen below.
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