Amazon’s Appstore generates more revenue than Google Play according to research from Flurry

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Xavier Voigt-Hill:

Research from Flurry suggests that Amazon’s Appstore, currently US-only, generates more revenue per daily user than Google’s own Play Store, formerly known as the Android Market.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

According to new data released today by mobile analytics firm Flurry, Amazon’s Appstore for Android is generating more revenue per daily user than the Google Android Market, which was recently rebranded as the Google Play store. That shouldn’t be surprising, given that Amazon vets apps for quality, runs promotions to entice users to return daily, and perhaps most importantly, is able to leverage its established user base of Amazon account holders who already have credit card information on file – perfect for one-click checkouts.

To generate its figures, Flurry examined a set of top-ranked apps that have a presence on all three stores: Apple, Amazon and Google Play. Combined, the apps average 11 million daily active users.

Flurry set the revenue generated in the iTunes App Store to 100%, then compared the relative revenue generated by Amazon and Google to that of the App Store. In doing so, the firm…

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2 thoughts on “Amazon’s Appstore generates more revenue than Google Play according to research from Flurry

  1. Looks pretty good, personally I did not taken in consideration the Amazon App Store yet. However, one thing should be taken in consideration: the number of apps Google Play Store has (millions), and the number of apps Amazon Store has (thousands)…

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