An international report revealed that the total global spending on smart phone applications was recorded in the second quarter of this year 2021, about 33.1 billion dollars.
The report, issued by Sensor Tower, a company specializing in technology and economics statistics and statistics, indicated that users around the world spend on smart phone applications $11 billion each month (or $367 million per day), i.e. more than $15 million per hour.
The report stated that spending on smart phone applications in the second quarter of this year increased by $5.4 billion, or 19.5 percent, when compared to global spending recorded in the same period last year, which amounted to nearly $27.7 billion.
Smartphone applications witnessed a demand and use by people during the Corona period, with people needing to communicate remotely, to conduct business, entertainment and entertainment, and to order necessities, food and medicine from a distance.
Social and messaging applications, video calls, remote meetings and other communication applications were among the most in demand during the current year.
Health applications, food ordering, and services via smartphones were among the most downloaded and used, accompanied by extensive use of electronic games applications for the purpose of entertainment while staying for long periods at home due to the home stone.
The Sensor Tower report indicated that the second quarter of this year witnessed 35.5 billion downloads of various types of applications across various smart devices.
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