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Originally posted on TechCrunch:
If App Annie’s report released today detailing downloads and the revenue situation for developers on iOS and Android sounds familiar, that’s because it is. The company had found in April that even though the Android app store was growing at a faster rate, the iOS App Store led in terms of monetization – earning around 2.6 times more in app revenue in the previous quarter than Google Play. Today’s number? 2.3x.
In other words, same stuff, different day.
This news comes at a time when Android app downloads have now topped iOS app downloads by 10 percent. With Android now the world’s leading smartphone platform by market share, it’s interesting to see how far it still has to go in order to take the lead in terms of revenue.
Today’s report also noted that several emerging markets stood out this past quarter – Brazil, Russia India. Brazil climbed two…
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