Coronavirus impact sends app downloads, usage and consumer spending to record highs in Q2

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“As the world continued to cope with the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the second quarter of 2020 became the largest yet for mobile app downloads, usage, and consumer spending. According to new data from app store intelligence firm App Annie, mobile app usage grew 40% year-over-year in the second quarter of 2020, even hitting an all-time high of over 200 billion hours during April. Consumer spending in apps, meanwhile, hit a record high of $ 27 billion in the second quarter. And app downloads reached a high of nearly 35 billion.”

“The growth in app usage has been fueled by social distancing and lockdown measures, as countries around the world try to quell the spread of the novel coronavirus.” Reported by TechCrunch

 

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