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Google Android Marketplace Features 40000 Apps: Logical Organization Report

Nov 01 2017| 06:29 pm

The Android Market owned by Google is expanding at an increasingly faster rate than ever. The market is currently a home to as many as 400,000 apps available. The Google Android store is continuously witnessing a surge in the free software and it seems that sooner or later, Google’s Android market will be comparable to or outstrip Apple's App Store, which currently features more than 500,000 apps. Yet, it seems that the pace at which Apple’s App Store used to include apps has loosened up. While Google's comprehensive life-to-date development rate is relatively slower, it is an accepted fact that it has consumed a lesser time to reach the 400,000 milestones from 300,000 (and 300,000 from 200,000), giving the odds of more up-to-date momentum.

The Android Market is at the cutting-edge of the world for free apps, with 68% of its titles going for nothing upfront, and 65% of the store's revenue being generated by a freemium model. On the contrary, less than half of Apple's App Store revenue comes from free apps. The next full-size gap for Google to close will be in full income, as Apple gathers approximately 4x as much from its App Store as Google does from the Market — and it is before you even consider the iPad.

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