Welcome to the 275 th edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are the big headlines from the last week 😛 TAGEND
We rounded out our terminate of the year content with three more app and game listing roundups. They include the most controversial apps and games from 2018, the best apps from December 2018, and the best games from December 2018. The purpose of the year is a little slow for apps and plays as everybody plans for the new time. However, there were still some great liberates this month and it’s fun to relive some recollections from the year. Check them out! Apple’s App Store still makes more money than the Google Play Store. A report the coming week showed that over 160 apps established their first million dollars on the App Store versus the merely shy of 90 on Google Play. This examine is a little weird, though. Many games travel viral on iOS before they ever even reach Android so this is still an example of developers pushing on iOS firstly. The good news is that both iOS and Android had more first time million dollar success in 2018 than in 2017. Google Duo reached one billion downloads this last week. That’s actually really good news. Google is changing Hangouts and shuttering Allo due to lack of success. However, Duo seems to have interrupted the mold and actually become popular. The app likewise visualized some big changes in 2018, including adding various helpful brand-new features. Nonetheless, we would still like to see the daily or monthly active customer listing because that’s usually a better benchmark for app popularity. The developers of HQ Trivia are running on a brand-new game for 2019. It deters with the company’s live game show aesthetic, but this time with a Wheel of Fortune feeling. Musicians figure out a word as quickly as possible. Letters expose themselves over hour and players get points for guessing the right stuff. It’s currently out of beta on iOS. Those of you with iOS machines can try video games right now. We don’t know when the Android release is coming yet. Brawl Stars is already putting fund in Supercell’s bank account. The game allegedly made around $10 million in its first week according to reports. The popular brawler shaped roughly$ 3 million in the U.S. alone and it also did astonishingly well in Japan. Some other stats include the number one game for downloads in 20 countries and it’s in the top 10 in another 29 countries. These are all excellent amounts and Supercell has another hit on its hands. Hit the link to see all of the stats!
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