During the Corona epidemic and lockdown, people stayed in their homes and worked from home for several months. In such a situation, people did not have any outdoor activity to entertain themselves, due to which people started spending their time on TV and mobile phones ( Youtube). But meanwhile, if people spent the most time on something, then they were smartphone apps.
According to a report by App Annie, on an average 4.2 hours of time is spent on people on the app itself, which is 30 per cent more than in the last two years. This was seen most in India, where customers spent 80 percent more time on apps in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the first quarter of 2019. In the period from January to March this year, people in America, Turkey, Mexico and India spent four-four hours on the use of apps. This time limit is more than five hours in Brazil, South Korea and Indonesia.
The report revealed shocking
App analytics firm App Annie said in a report on Thursday, “If we are living in a time when the economy is slowing down, then it is natural that people will get more attention.” In our new data for the first quarter of 2021, it has been revealed that people are now spending more time in apps than ever before and in some countries the time period is more than five hours. “
In the time span of January and March, people who spent most of their time on the apps they downloaded the most from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, TicTock, YouTube and Facebook are the main ones.
People spent the most time on these apps
The report further said, “Signals and telegram have seen greater dominance in Western markets. In terms of usage, Signal is first in the UK, Germany and France and fourth in the US. Meanwhile, Telegram is ranked ninth in the UK, fifth in France and seventh in the US.
In the context of India, MX Taktak, which emerged as an alternative app for TikTok, has also emerged as a fast emerging app in the quarter from January to March. TickTock has topped the download chart, followed by Facebook and Instagram respectively.