Which confirms what I thought about this market all along, that it was foolish developers chasing nickels in place of dollars.
And I'm fine with that, as long as the market remains a competitive Darwinian pool.
The nature of any rapidly expanding ecosystem is that there will be a multiplicity of variously capable denizens that'll be culled to the fittest survivors, particularly as resources become scarcer. Apple's app store is transitioning from that explosive expansion phase and is now hitting the resource ($) limits as iOS loses ground against their competitors. Other app stores will follow suit as they also reach saturation point, and that's - potentially - a good thing.
The only reason it could become a negative is if App store owner/managers promote products for their own reasons instead of letting competition cull the weakest.