That's according to a new survey by Japanese middleware developer CRI. Of the the 102 people surveyed, 87 per cent said that they were interested in developing for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Eighteen per cent had already released games on the platform, while 16 per cent were currently working on titles. Thirty-eight per cent said that their company wanted to develop for the platform but had not put any plans into action yet.
The survey also asked opinions of smartphones other than the iPhone platform. 47 per cent were interested in Android, while 39 per cent were more interested in Windows Mobile. Only 2 per cent voted for Symbian, and only 6 per cent for Palm's new Pre handset.