These are the top 10 most downloaded apps in India
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- New smartphone users are driving the growth in app downloads in India.
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According to a report by app intelligence company Sensor Tower, Indian smartphone users downloaded 29% more new apps in the first quarter of 2019 year-on-year. Apps from countries like the US and China dominated the downloads – nine out of ten apps in the list are owned by companies from these two countries.
The availability of affordable 4G smartphones and cheap 4ZG data helped India surge in terms of app downloads. According to Sensor Tower’s head of mobile insights, Randy Nelson, the first major uptick in app downloads was seen in 2016, coinciding with Reliance
Elaborating on this, Nelson said, “The growth in app installs we’re tracking in India is closely tied to the growth in new smartphone owners there, particularly Android users. Since the growth is closely tied to new smartphone users — that will be the largest factor in its stability.”
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According to a report from app intelligence agency App Annie, nine out of the top ten apps downloaded in India are created by international players. Of these, four are owned by US companies and five by Chinese companies.
Indian apps Hotstar and MX Player missed out on the top ten list. While Hotstar managed to cross the 100 million downloads number, MX Player came in close with 98 million.
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