How do you define quality? Is it the number of people who've downloaded a fart app, or the number of positive reviews it's had? Apple's said to be changing the way it organises its app rankings, with a greater emphasis on people who are actually using and loving the app. It makes sense; I'm only surprised it's taken Apple this long to roll the new algorithm out. [Gigaom]
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