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Paid Android Apps Downloaded Slightly Increased by 2%

By on June 30, 2011
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A mobile application search and discovery service, Chomp has recently revealed a report on app search trends. This report by Chomp has disclosed a slight increase of 2% in paid Android apps downloaded, from 3% in April to 5% in May. The fact remains same that, paid apps in Android Market are still far behind in the download race as against free apps. Chomp also reported that 95% of the apps downloaded in Android in May were free. It also looked at the price range of downloaded paid Android apps. This report revealed that, 1.7% of the total downloads are apps priced at $0.1 to $1.00, followed by the apps which cost between $1.01-$2 is 1.5% of the total app downloads, and most interestingly 0.1% of the total downloads are apps priced at $9.01-$10.00. Lets go for a detail information on this report by the below chat.

App Search Analytics May 2011

App Search Analytics May 2011 2

This report has also revealed that, Games top as the most popular Android app categories resulting a 27% of the total app downloads, while utilities and entertainment tie at second position with 16% of total downloads, and social networking apps are not neglected at 8% (See above chat for more information).

About Jagannath Nayak

A technocrat who is maturing into a web author. The tech segments he is more interested in are Telecom, Android, Mobile Phones and Gadgets. The detailed analysis, in depth review of products and unbiased presentations make his articles worth reading.

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