iPhone users spend more on apps




If you believe a survey among every 2000 users of Android smartphones has been carried out and an iPhone, then give iPhone users a little more on their apps. 14 percent of respondents in Statista monitor app iPhone users said they have spent in the eight weeks preceding the survey for at least four euros for apps. In contrast, only seven percent of Android users have invested so much in the purchase of applications for their smartphones.


Basically, owners of an iPhone seem more willing to be to purchase paid apps. While 73 percent of the Android-phone owners had not bought any apps, it was at an Apple smartphone owners with around 63 percent, considerably less non-buyers. A survey, which can be difficult to understand in my opinion, at least the first part. Usually you yes buys apps initially and then has his stock, which one does not expand in size. Not everyone is open daily in the store on the way to hunt the next app that waits for the purchase. For me it was ( only iOS costs) this month by the way just over 12 euros of apps and I can not understand the mentality that getting upset about good apps that “ALL!” 99 cents.
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