Find out what's been hot in the mobile industry this week - PayPal Here UK, market data, games, and an old story about Apple's former CEO...
It's Friday, which means time to reveal Mobile Entertainment's ten most read stories of the week, from Friday, August 16th to Thursday, August 22nd.
Top of this week's pile was new of PayPal officially launching its PayPal Here Chip and PIN reader for small-to-medium UK businesses, following a six-month trial.
News that in-app purchases will drive the mobile app spend to $75 billion by 2017 was also hugely popular, with Microsoft and Amazon to play a key role.
Additionally, Candy Crush maker King announced plans to bring the Papa Pear saga from Facebook to mobile, while an old story about Steve Jobs' hygiene also resurfaced - perhaps stimulated by the buzz around the Ashton Kutcher-led Jobs film.
Check out the full rundown below.
Comes after six months of testing with selected merchants.
Microsoft and Amazon app stores advance to compete against Apple and Google Play.
The four million daily players will now be able to play Papa Pear Saga on the go.
Personal hygiene issues, death, adoption and more discussed in a '60 Minutes' TV special.
The battle to monetise apps is on even though 67 per cent of developers aren't breaking even.
Augmented reality firm's latest partnership encourages Brits to engage with Art Everywhere at over 22,000 sites nationwide.
78 per cent find location based alerts usefull.
Mobile has driven the company's results up by a third since November.
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