It looks like Motorola isn’t going to be the only one offering alternative Android stores. It seems that Sony Ericsson and General Mobile are also preparing to come up with Android stores of their own. Sony Ericsson has announced that they will be accepting submissions of apps and games for Android devices, which seems like good preparation for its upcoming Android-powered XPERIA X10 handset. General Mobile is already working on Storeoid, which is its own version of an Android app store. How will this affect the Android Market and Apple’s AppStore? Let’s keep an eye on how things will develop in 2010, shall we?
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