App Store is doing better than ever. At least in the United States. Sales of applications rose in 2016, according to data from analyst firm Sensor Tower which also states that the average iPhone user spending $ 27 a year on only games, writes Cult of Mac.
Overall, it is $ 40 a year per user, calculated in all apps, which is an increase of five dollars from last year. According to the data occupied games with over 80 percent of US App Store revenue. Social media, music and entertainment were the categories that pulled in the most money.
The thing that stands out most is the rise of Entertainment Apps. They increased by 130 percent and may be due to HBO, Hulu and Netflix offers subscription through the App Store in the United States.
Worth noting is that users downloaded fewer apps in 2016, 35-33 pieces, giving more money per application