TechCrunch.com published a post today on the domain name MobileApps.com which the owner is selling for a cool million plus.
According to the story the owner already has a possible buy which is ” a big company (and I mean big)”.
The Seller went on to say ““One broker is speaking to [redacted] and they have expressed interest despite us telling them it is a 7-figure offer that we are looking for”
Now sfgate.com has picked up on the story as well.
So let me be the 1st to say as a domain name MobileApps.com is not a $1 million dollar domain.
I don’t get it.
I don’t get the value, I don’t get the use of the domain especially since its most logical was a “app aggregating marketplaces” which seems to have failed even after $400K investment.
Apps were basically developed for the smart phone mobile market. Apple has Apps for laptops and desktops as well but at the end of the day over 95% of all downloaded apps are used for mobile devices so when I hear mobile apps I want to say what other kind are there?
For $1 Million dollars there are tons of better domains not sure why TechCrunch.com picked this one to write about.