Minnesota has a thriving tech community producing popular applications for the iTunes Store, even if there's no easy way to count them…
Tracking Minnesota-connected apps isn't easy. The iTunes Store doesn't break them down by region. And even if it did, not all apps are independently developed. Look up the Public Radio app, for example, and it's credited to the Public Radio Exchange, the Boston-based entity that hired CodeMorphic to do the actual development. CodeMorphic also has done work for clients as diverse as NBC Universal and the Mayo Clinic, all of which distributed the resulting apps under their brands and names.
Star Tribune, by Randy Salas, 2/8/2010
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