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Apple App Store Revenue Is More Than Google Play Store

Submitted by on January 31, 2013 – 1:38 amNo Comment

Last year was really good for Apple. Apple launched iPad Mini and iPhone 5 in 2012 and by this many apps and games were launched to impress the users. So by this revenue of the app store was really very good. According to the App Annie which is app analytics, Apple App store and Google Play store really did the extra ordinary work.

Google play store revenue doubled over the previous revenue and this time December stats were really good for Google Play Store. But on the other hand Apple is way ahead with 3.5 times more revenue from Google Play Store. So by this you can saw the popularity of both the devices in market. App store and Play Store.

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Android and iOS, they are giving their best to the users. Because they don’t want to see their bad reputation in the market. In App store, there are 800,000 applications and like this Google Play Store also provide their users with the applications of same numbers like app store.

App Annie

For this big difference, the reason is that in Google Play Store many useful apps are free with ads. But the same apps are also available in App store too but without ads.  Because of this, iOS users have to actually shell out money to get some of the same applications Android users can get for free. So App store has the more revenue than the Google Play store

App Annie said that holidays of December month, really boosted the App store. Between those days the revenue took a rise from its original stage.

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