According to the latest report from App Annie, people have spent a good deal of their time on smartphones in the first quarter. This is due to the outbreak of the Code-19 global epidemic in the first quarter, which has left people trapped in their homes, so their mobile phone use has also increased.
In the first quarter, Android users spent 20% more time on apps and games than in the previous year.
In the first quarter, Chinese users spent an average of 5 hours a day on mobile. American, Italian and French users also spent a lot of time in non-gaming apps.
From January to March this year, Android and iOS users downloaded 31.5 billion apps. Of these, 22.5 billion apps were downloaded from the Google Play Store and 9 billion from the App Store.
Users on both platforms spent 23 23.4 billion on apps.
Of that, 15 15 billion was spent by iOS users and 8.3 billion by Android users. Users downloaded most of the non-gaming apps but spent more on gaming apps.
Apple earned more revenue in the quarter from the United States and China, while consumers in South Korea, Japan and the United States spent more on the Google Play Store. India and Brazil were the countries that downloaded the most apps from the Play Store, while users in China and the United States downloaded the most apps from the App Store.
Users on both iOS and Android platforms downloaded TikTak, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger the most. The number of monthly active users of Facebook, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger was the highest in the first quarter.