Elon Musk had a lot to do with this week's mobile world, and not with Tesla.
The first week of the new year shows new peaks of downloads and revenue for apps and games.
The numbers behind how mobile apps, new and old, ended 2020.
It's the last Friday of 2020, and we're looking at a few apps that enjoyed a healthy year
It's getting hard to look back on 2020, which is what we do in this issue.
We're getting that end of year feeling...
Top apps in November, Slack, Shop, the NBA, and Hulu made it into this week's recap.
Apple's giving away money! In other news, crypto buyers flock to their pockets.
A look at the numbers behind fresh IPOs from three mobile-first companies shows it's not just about growth.
Everyone's talking about (and some on) Parler and how politics took over mobile.
We don't know who won the presidential elections just yet, but we do know who's winning on mobile.
We recap the most downloaded games in October, and look at how news impacts apps
Snapchat's growing strong even in the age of TikTok, so are HBO Max and Call of Duty.
Social media is playing an even bigger role in this presidential race.
Lockdown swings, politics, and IPOs can't match games on mobile.
The Mobile Download Index has been on a slow but steady decline lately, indicating things are normalizing.
Apple's unannounced release of iOS14 gives some apps an unimaginable boost
It's been a while since a true indie game rose to the top of the charts, but Among Us! isn't letting go.
Controversy isn't the only driver of downloads this week. Twitch, WFH, and Schools are.
A look at the numbers behind this week's tech IPOs, Instagram's TikTok-like IGTV, and more.
A look at the numbers behind the summer's biggest tech IPO week.
We're continuing to see the economic impact of the un-lockdown. And Epic...
Epic's latest stunt means Fortnite is now losing thousands of dollars every hour.
TikTok's coin collection is multiplying while competitor byte sees some love
Last week it was baseball. This week it's basketball that steals the show.
Video continues to unite people, and so does baseball.
TikTok's residency continues while new(ish) streamer Peacock TV takes flight
Politics play into app downloads, and the impact is obvious this week.
It's China against the world, again. While in the U.S. people are traveling.
Can HEY take on Gmail and Outlook? Is Trump what's keeping Twitter afloat? That and more in this issue.
Disney+ hits $100M, Trump takes on the App Store, casinos games are printing money, and more
Twitter, Zynn (again), Brave, and more.
Widespread protests have taken center stage, changing trends in the app store
PUBG, Zynn, Twitch, HBO, and... TikTok
Getting back to business (almost) as usual, which means IP right violations for game developers
Being able to leave the house is reversing some lockdown trends slowly, but not all.
The US economy is reopening, and the impact can already be seen in app downloads across a multitude of categories
What does China's "new normal" look like? Facebook puts up a fight, the USPS is in demand.
Fortnite's Epic walks back its decision to bypass Google Play, Apple expands its App Store, and more.
Life continues amid the global lockdown, and the market is adjusting to this new reality.
COVID-19 and the lockdown its necessitating continue to push app consumption ot new extremes.
Exaggerated trends are continuing to be the norm on the App Store and Google Play
Positive trends, sharing economy, and how people party
Zoom hits new all-time highs, Peloton tops fitness apps, and an ASO hack.