A recent quarterly survey revealed that 3.7 trillion yen was spent on mobile apps

A report from marketing firm Sensor Tower revealed that users spent $ 33.6 billion on mobile apps in the third quarter of 2021. The number of downloads was 35.7 billion.

Global App Revenue Climbed 15% Year-Over-Year in Q3 2021 to Nearly $ 34 Billion

According to SensorTower, user spending increased 13.2% to $ 21.5 billion and Google Play increased 18.6% to $ 12.1 billion compared to the same period last year. It was 100 million yen).

The app with the highest revenue was 'Tik Tok', which was the number one revenue on the App Store and the number one revenue for both stores combined, but 'Google One' was the number one revenue for Google Play alone.

On the other hand, the number of downloads in the quarter was 35.7 billion, down 1.9% from 36.4 billion in the same period of the previous year. The App Store was down 1.2% and Google Play was down 2.1%.

Among them, 'TikTok' had the most downloads. This is the first app other than Facebook to download 3 billion times in total.

In addition, the biggest revenue in the game was 'PUBG Mobile', which exceeded $ 5 billion (about 560 billion yen). This is followed by 'Honor of Kings,' 'Genshin,' 'Pokemon GO,' 'Roblox,' 'Candy Crush Saga,' 'Coin Master,' 'Garena Free Fire,' 'Uma Musume Pretty Derby,' and 'Fate / Grand Order.' Game app revenue on the App Store was up 5.6% year-over-year, and revenue on Google Play was up 10.7% year-on-year.

The number of game installations also showed solid strength with 'PUBG Mobile' in 1st place, but 'My Talking Angela 2' in 2nd place, 'Subway Surfers' in 3rd place, 'Count Masters' in 4th place, etc. It is not included in the revenue ranking and is believed to be affected by content updates.

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