Mobile apps are experiencing the boom of the last few years. Popular practices may also change from time to time, as shown in many new research reports. Time spent in mobile apps has increased by 50 percent since 2015, according to a study by App Annie researchers. So, which one do you think was the most popular mobile app publisher in September?
September’s most popular mobile app publisher: Google and Facebook
According to App Annie, the applications with the most monthly active users in 2019 were as follows; Amazon, Apple Music, Gmail, Google Maps, Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Netflix, Snapchat and YouTube. Now Sensor Tower has announced the most popular mobile application publisher for September. According to these data, the incredible increase in social media usage helped mobile applications.
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According to the data, the leader of September 2020 was Google. Google applications, which received 294.3 million installs, had the most preferred applications during the quarantine period. Facebook comes right after Google. There are many applications connected to Facebook and the publisher has indeed incorporated the most popular social applications.
In addition, other popular publishers, respectively; Voodoo, AppLovin, Bytedance, Microsoft, InnerSloth, Outfit7, Crazy Labs, InShot. Some of these publishers are mobile games and some are becoming so popular thanks to mobile applications. Here is all the published data: