How many applications do you download per day, per week, per month? Have you ever asked yourself this question? A Distimo report indicated that Google's operating system users are downloading more apps lately, as Google Google Play apps revenue increased 44% between August 2013 and January 2014.
In late December, I published an article showing that freemium games pushed Play Store profits up as well as influenced revenue from Apple's App Store. By the way, over the same six-month period, App Store revenue rose 27%. And considering revenue from both stores, App Store's share fell from 65% to 62% in this range, while that of the Android app store went from 35% to 38%. Be that The woz sang the ball of Apple's revenue increase from the launch of an Android device?
Without pulling the sardines to the Play Store side, it is worth mentioning that the mobile app arena is constantly growing as combined revenue from the two biggest players in this market since August App Store revenue has risen 27%, while Google's Play went up 44%.
Apps like YouTube, Flipagram, and Facebook topped the list of free apps at the Apple store in January. Meanwhile, on Google Play the top apps last month were Facebook, WhatsApp Messenger and Facebook Messenger.
Top-earning apps on Google Play include Clash of Clans, Candy Crush Saga, Puzzle & Dragons, Line Pokopang and Hay Day. J on the App Store is Clash of Clans, Candy Crush Saga, Hay Day, Puzzle & Dragons, Game of War Fire Age.
Although apps developed for Android still have issues related to permissions, in-app purchases and advertisements, they are becoming more popular. To cite one example, the Flappy Bird game was released in May 2013, but has turned into a fever just now, and is already making $ 50,000 a day in advertising. In conclusion, it really seems that 2014 will be the year of mobile apps.
What were the last apps you downloaded from the Play Store?
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