According to a report published by App Annie on total app downloads in the second quarter (Q2), the Google Play Store secured 10% more downloads compared to the iTunes AppStore. However, the report also reveals that Apple still zoomed past Google when it came to in-app purchases. So we can concur that while the Google
Apple has the largest app ecosystem as of now, and with good reason. It’s pretty strict with its policies and the developers get the best reward for their efforts on iOS compared to other platforms. But a recent exploit in the app submission process has allowed developers to scam a few users of their money.
We all love shopping for apps on the respective app hubs. But big ticket developers don’t make it easy on us by charging a premium for their exclusive apps. Mostly ranging from $1.99 to $6.99 these apps don’t go easy on our wallets. And it seems like Sega understands that as the developing house has
Ever since Apple decided to ditch Google Maps in favor of its own Maps app, it hasn’t won over a lot of fans. Not only was Apple’s offering inaccurate, but it was also believed to be life threatening in some cases. Apple has previously asked users to opt for third party Maps applications found in
Android and iOS developers are regarded highly by all. The reason for this is that they provide the experience catering to the needs of a user and roll out updates at regular intervals to keep the app in sync with changes (OS based). There’s enough opportunity in the Android and iOS ecosystem for developers to