Apple iPhone users in India are ahead of US in this thing

Indians have emerged as prolific users of iPhone apps with over half ($25 billion) of the worldwide iOS App Store pay in 2017 coming back from the Asia Pacific region.

India is graded third, behind Indonesia and China, on the list of average monthly application used on iPhones worldwide, per the newest study discharged by app following company App Annie.

iPhone users in Asian country put in on a median 102 application per month on their smartphones and used Forty, whereas those within the United States (installed 96) and United Kingdom (installed 90) used 37 and 36 respectively in 2017.

The iOS App Store generated $42.5 billion in consumer spend last year with over 70 percent of spend in each region going to diversion. The store, which generates nearly twice as much consumer spend as Google Play (which isn't on the market in China), is expected to generate over $75 billion in 2022, up 80 percent over 2017.

While Netflix and Tinder emerged as prime apps by shopper pay in India (both iOS and Google Play), in games, Clash of Clans and Candy Crush Saga were few prime games once Teen Patti and 8 Ball Pool.