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Developers of applications or any system feeds are investigating more than $ 50 billion
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple announced on Wednesday that his company so far paid more than $ 50 billion for application developers on the App Store shop, as clear evidence for the success of the EOS system compared to rival Android.
Cook was indicated by the private developers conference WWDC 2016 (IMC) in the month of June the past that the company is close to this figure, and that seems to be achieved quickly.
Cook said in a tweet through his account on the Twitter social networking site that Apple paid more than $ 50 billion to App Store developers, and so far another tweet which said that the month of July the past has been full for the platform.
CEO of Apple, said in the first Ngridth that the month of July 2016 achieved a record store App Store, thanks may be due to the game augmented reality Pokemon atmosphere, which was launched early last month, which has become in a few days is a global phenomenon.
It referred to the game Pokemon Joe managed in just one month to reach more than 100 million downloads from applications stores, in addition to more than $ 10 million in revenue per day.
The Cook announce the achievements of the App Store shop, a week after the company announced its financial results for the third quarter of the current fiscal year, in which Cook pointed out that the store revenue grew by 37% compared to the same period of the previous fiscal year.
It is noteworthy recent quarterly report to company applications App Annie, which was issued last month by research pointed out that the last few months was the best for the growth of App Store store. The report also pointed out that the difference in revenue between my shop App Store and Google Play rise, with the number of users of Android system far exceeds any or feed users.
The Tim Cook announced on Wednesday during a meeting with staff at Apple headquarters that the number of iPhone phones sold so far reached a billion , and so, one day after the announcement of disappointing financial results.Viewing:-147
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