We are turning into an app-dependent generation, and that is evident from this App Annie Q3 report. Owing to the boost in popularity in India and Southeast Asia, Android apps are apparently seeing increases across the board, so much as to have set records for app usage and downloads in Q3 2017.
Wow, that is an enormous amount of hours!
Wondering, how it looks in comparison to iOS users. As for a long time, it was proven, that maybe there are more people using Android OS, but those people using iOS are much more engaged in their devices, spending more hours using them.
Maybe it will slowly change?
This is a very substantial amount of data , although iOS is around the world, but this data shows that Android phones are still popular.Android devices and operating apps are clearly improving.which can transfer data to other device, Honestly, I'm not used to the iPhone's Home button,the iPhone is a button, and I don't think it's convenient (Personal opinion)
Hopefully, Android phones will catch up with iOS
A Statistics shows on how much money we’re spending in-app are just as staggering. In-app purchases are outpacing the increase in downloads by three-fold.
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Despite a few minor bugs mentioned in the article I believe, that it will be a great OS for IoT technologies.
"Also OpenGL 2.0 is now supported, and platforms with a GPU (like the Raspberry Pi 3) can use ...
Android Pay also on the list, nice. Maybe someday it will be completely normal to pay for everything using your watch.
Great move Google! And nice from your side, to not close yourself entirely before Apple users.