Eventbrite Beats COVID (and Then Some)!
This is a single insight from This Week in Apps #113 - That's Pretty Ambitious!. Check out the full article for more insights.
2022 is seeing the return of everything IRL, from concerts to sports and vacations. I looked at how apps like Ticketmaster and Airbnb have not only seen downloads return to pre-covid level but also grow beyond, and today I have another app to add to the list.
If you've been to any conference pre-covid, you probably know this app.
Eventbrite, an app used to manage event attendance and ticketing, was another one of the IRL collection of apps that lost most of their downloads when the world went into lockdown.
Weekly downloads, which peaked at 242 thousand at the end of 2019 according to our estimates, dropped as low as 28 thousand in April of 2020. They've grown a bit since rising to a high of 138 thousand late last year. But that's still far from where it started.
But then 2022 happened, and Eventbrite saw downloads start to grow gradually until they hit a new high in late April with 264 thousand estimated downloads.
Clearly, these new highs IRL apps are hitting aren't just coincidences and are instead a sign of what's happening. Things are opening up!
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