Chris Reed
Mar 19, 2013

Who are top of the apps?

With the average number of apps that people have on their phone being 41 what are the most popular apps in Singapore and the by comparison the UK? Are they the same? What local differences are there?

Everyone is always going on about apps, especially people like me in mobile marketing but what are the public actually downloading

Let’s start with Singapore. What’s App is unsurprisingly the favourite app on the app store according to App Annie for paid apps. On Apple you have to pay whereas on Android for some reason it is free Disney’s Temple Run is the number two and number one paid for app on the ipad....

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