Growth is a wondeful thing, and one country seems to be the source of a lot of it. That, and more, in this week's roundup.
Creators and content are the name of the game in the store, and the money simply follows. This week's no exception.
Facebook is having a really bad week. Not Telegram, though.
Hulu and Netflix are benefits from original content while math is becoming popular via app (like everything else...)
TikTok dethrones Twitch as biggest revenue generator for creators!
West is meeting east in a wonderful display of revenue, Clubhouse turns one, the streaming wars continue, and an update about the lockdown.
More and more people move to app-first experiences, and they're bringing their wallets with them...
Korea dealt what may seem like a massive blow to Apple and Google this week, but I don't think it'll actually happen. Here's why.
Scooter Rantals Skyrocket, Headspace, Discord and Peacock Soar, and the Mac App Store...
Apps are slowly becoming bringing everyone into the metaverse and brands are trying to stay ahead.
This week we, again, use data to analyze future IPOs, see a shifting trend in how couples meet, and take a closer look at App Tracking Transparency.
Weather apps show massive growth in revenue, as does Disney+. Instagram kicks TikTok, and Square gets into the Buy Now Pay Later game.
Netflix gets into games, Peacock's enjoying the Olympics, and so is Snapchat, and Nintendo is getting serious about cutting its losses.
This week we're looking at the numbers behind IPOs from Outbrain, Duolingo, and Robinhood, and also how HBO Max's expansion into Latin America is going so far.
It's been a solid week of growth for all different types of apps, from sports to travel and social media.
Didi's IPO and immediate shutdown in China raised interesting questions while Nextdoor plans its IPO and social media keeps expanding.
A lot has happened this week but the gist is pretty clear, everything is growing.
Spotify's attempt to take on Clubhouse went live this week. Will the green monster win the race?
A look at the most downoaded apps, streaming app growth, TikTok's revenue, and more.
There's been a lot of turbulance at the top of the App Store, which is good for app makers.
What happen on TikTok Impacts the App Store, Clubhouse is Still Relevant, Etsy, and My Two Favorite Streamers.
It's starting to look like back to normal is right around the corner.
It's hard to ignore the way ATT (App Tracking Transparency) is already altering the mobile industry.
This week we look at how Poparazzi became the most downloaded app in the US, Amazon's strategy, and the future of mobility (hint: micro).