New Delhi, first published October 5, 2021, 11:00 am IST
ByteDance’s TikTok and Krafton’s PUBG Mobile were the top performing apps in terms of revenue and downloads. In Q3 2021, TikTok and PUBG Mobile were the top grossing apps on Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store. While TikTok has become the world’s most popular app, PUBG Mobile has remained the most popular mobile game. While TikTok has become the world’s most popular app, PUBG Mobile has remained the most popular mobile game. According to the most recent data from Sensor Tower, the two apps have the most downloads in their respective categories.
According to the study, consumer spending on TikTok increased 41% year over year. TikTok’s sales are estimated after the addition of Douyin on iOS, the app’s only version in China. Consumer spending on PUBG Mobile, on the other hand, grew 11% year on year. According to the most recent study, consumer spending on in-app purchases, premium apps and subscriptions grew 15.1% year-on-year to $ 33.6 billion (around Rs 2.49 lakh crore) on the Apple app and the Google Play Store. According to the study, Google Play contributed to this increase by increasing consumer spending by 18.6% to $ 12.1 billion (around Rs 89,800 crore).
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According to the SensorTower study, TikTok was the top-grossing app in the third quarter of 2021. In terms of money, it was followed by manga reader Piccoma, which grew 130% year-over-year, and YouTube, which has saw consumer spending soar. by 17% year over year. The top five earning apps were completed by Google One and Disney +, respectively. TikTok has also surpassed 3 billion downloads worldwide, making it the first non-Facebook app to do so.
PUBG Mobile, including the Chinese version “Game for Peace”, “in terms of consumer spending”, won the first place in the category of games. Consumer spending on PUBG Mobile is up 11% year over year. Next are Genshin Impact, Pokemon Go by Niantic and Roblox by Roblox Corp. According to the study, first mobile game installs were down 3.5% from a year ago, falling to 13.6 billion installs at both stores, from 14.1 billion in the third quarter of 2020.
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Last updated on October 5, 2021, 6:06 PM IST