60 apps downloaded on each iOS product

60 apps downloaded on each iOS product

As the App Store is just about to passthe 10 billion downloaded apps mark, Asymco took some statistics foranalysis to find out that an average of 60 applications aredownloaded on each Apple product with iOS. The staggering number doesnot necessarily denote paid apps, but nevertheless comes to show astronger tie between the Apple ecosystem and its users.

The topic is particularly interestingas Android devices are gaining momentum and switching betweenplatforms will require leaving all the apps of one platform behind.The data also shows that if appdownloads grow at such a rate they will outnumber iTunes songdownloads by somewhere around March 2011.

The Asymco report also mentions thatend user investment in apps is more than in songs, which boosts theimpact of apps on other media. Did you invest much in apps and do youfeel tied to Apple's (or Android's) ecosystem?

source: Asymco via SlashGear

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  • Display 3.5" 640 x 960 pixels
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  • Processor Apple A4, Single core, 1000 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 1420 mAh(7.00h 3G talk time)



1. hawk62

Posts: 320; Member since: Nov 21, 2009

Im around 100. Its a big reason not to go to droid. Esp since droid stop remembering ur apps!

4. BobbyTaba

Posts: 316; Member since: Aug 11, 2010

I hate retards like u its android not droid. Only verizon can use the word droid

2. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

I currently have 109 installed on my iPhone 4. Only 32 on my nexus one. Nexus one was a good experiment, but my iPhone is primary mainly because of my apps. I have over 500 downloaded and the great thing is they're all on iTunes. Ready for me to install at a whim if I need them. Granted about a third indoor need. They've been replaced by better app. But I use each and every one of the 109 at some point each month. If I were to transfer over to android exclusively I would have to suffer the loss of functionality from those apps and for a lot of then there is no android equivalent. Basically the android app market pales in comparison.

5. E.N.

Posts: 2610; Member since: Jan 25, 2009

Exactly my point. Android is great and all but why should I have to sacrifice all my applications and stuff that I use daily for "customization and freedom". I cant tell you how many times I've been ready to switch to Android, but when I started looking online for the applications I wanted to download (like a replacement for my 2do app), I was extremely disappointed. There are usually alternatives, but they are nowhere as good. Like Wolfram Alpha launched on Android a year later than when I first purchased it on my iPhone. That's just stupid. Why should I have to wait for Android when the iPhone is right here. And to be honest, the longer I have my iPhone, and the more apps I download and buy, the harder it becomes to leave.

3. Yassham

Posts: 28; Member since: Jan 09, 2011

I've 250 Apps Installed On My iPhone , 360 Apps Downloaded ' !

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