Squeeze more money out of Java ME than iDrone/Anphoid

(This link was from an e-mail from Eric A.) So, who do you think is more likely to pay the large bills for your mobile app? Mr. Big-Bucks-Fancypants-iDrone/Anphoid User or someone who uses a Java ME tech-enabled BlackBerry? (I'll wait for you to think this one over... Remember, you're reading a Java ME blog... Don't rush... OK, time's up!)

See:

Who pays more for Mobile Apps?

Survey says!:

 BlackBerry users are willing to 
 pay the biggest premium for apps, 
 with a median price point of $5.99, 
 compared to $2.72 on Android and 
 $1.99 on iPhone. 
Ha! The lesson learned is that if you want to squeeze money out of mobile users, make sure you develop for the Java ME tech-enabled CrackBerry and forget about the iDrone and Anphoid phones--those users are cheapskates. Probably because they blew their wads on buying a flashy phone without much to show for it. Happens all the time. :-)

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