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The End of the App Industry?

iKandyiKandy Imagineer of Crazy ShitNew York CityPosts: 310Member

Lost app-etite? One-third of smartphone users don’t download new applications

“Each additional new smartphone [owner] has less been inclination to download apps, either out of apathy or, at a more global level, affordability,” Lee said. “Ironically the better that apps get the longer people will keep them meaning people feel less inclined to look for new apps.”

Here's the link to the article.
rt.com/uk/181328-apps-download-drop-smartphone/

Comments

  • unbeatenpixelunbeatenpixel Game Developer Posts: 531Member, PRO

    App industry like a movie,music etc. Even if user has amazing app,eventually he will get bored and he needs new app like movie,music,tv-show. Mobil Industry never ends just may evolve.

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  • MoogusMoogus Posts: 77Member, PRO

    There are so many app out there that people just can't see the wood for the trees. The way people are choosing which apps to down load are from recommendations and reviews.

  • imGuaimGua Posts: 1,089Member
    edited September 2014

    @iKandy said:
    Lost app-etite? One-third of smartphone users don’t download new applications

    “Each additional new smartphone [owner] has less been inclination to download apps, either out of apathy or, at a more global level, affordability,” Lee said. “Ironically the better that apps get the longer people will keep them meaning people feel less inclined to look for new apps.”

    Here's the link to the article.
    rt.com/uk/181328-apps-download-drop-smartphone/

    If I look at my gaming habit. This is the case. I finish around than 5 games a year, yet I've got thousands of hrs played in DayZ Origins.

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