By Simon Tisdall, The Sport NewsletterThe UK is becoming more and more of a mobile country, but according to a new report from mobile app consultancy Apptopia, which is part of the Apptopia Research Lab, mobile apps will have the most attention.
The report by Apptopia highlights the impact of Android’s ubiquity on mobile apps, which now account for nearly 50% of the UK’s mobile apps.
This is an increase of 3.2 million from the previous year, while Apple’s iOS dominates the market with more than 55 million apps, according to the report.
The growth of mobile apps is also a significant part of Apple’s overall mobile app revenue growth.
In the last quarter, Apple’s revenue grew by 4.3%, according to Apptopia.
Apple also added more than 2.5 million apps to its app store over the same period, compared to 3.3 million in the year before.
This year, the number of apps in the App Store grew by more than 9% to 4.7 million.
This growth is largely due to the increased number of games, which Apptopia says are being released to users.
However, despite the rise in apps, the Appstore’s number of top 100 apps in terms of revenue has declined from a high of 9.1 in Q4 2017 to 6.9 in Q1 2018.
In terms of new apps released in 2018, there were more than 60 million apps available in the country, according the report, but this represents just over 10% of all apps released globally in 2018.
As well as this, there was a further decline in new apps, with a decline of almost 50% in the number in the top 100.
Apptopia’s findings are backed up by a number of other data.
App analytics company App Annie recently released its 2017 App Store top 100 app charts, which were released on the App World Report.
The charts showed that Apple’s app store has experienced a steep decline in the last four years, with its app growth slowing to about 9% in 2017, from 20% in 2016.
In addition, Apptopia’s research shows that over the past four years more than 7.2 billion mobile applications have been released across mobile platforms, compared with around 5 billion in the same time period in 2016, and fewer than 2 billion in 2015.
App apps have become an increasingly important part of digital media in the past few years, as publishers are increasingly relying on them for digital content.
This means that publishers will be increasingly reliant on the use of apps for user interface design and other functions.
In 2017, the UK ranked sixth in the world for the number and size of mobile app installs.
This has increased significantly since 2016, with the number doubling in the first half of 2018, to almost 30 million, according data from app analytics firm comScore.
The study, which was conducted by Appworld Research Lab with data from Apptopia and comScore, also found that the UK has experienced the biggest growth in app usage over the last five years, and is currently the world’s most downloaded country.