Apple App Store now no longer be the world’s largest app store. Label the world’s largest app store is now officially carried by the Google Play Store that has 1 million applications.
The number also beat the applications now in the Apple App Store, which is 900 thousand units. This achievement was being the first time since the launch of Google Play Android operating system.
Not only that, Google Play Store is also giving a positive trend for the application developer. Google says that the current amount of revenue through the Play Store has increased 2.5-fold compared to the previous.
The last one, number download on Google Play Store also did not lose much. According to Google, the number of downloads in the Play Store has now reached more than 50 billion times. And it seems that number will continue to increase along with the increase of mobile phone users and Android tablets.
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CALIFORNIA – the official Android app store, Google Play, the latest re-print track record. Google announced that Google Play enlivened more than one million applications.
Reported by Softpedia, Friday (27/07/2013), it was revealed by Google’s Senior Vice President Sundar Pichai, a corporate event, Wednesday (24/7), local time. Pichai also revealed a number of other details about the Android app.
He claims the app store has reached 50 billion downloads and revenue developer time to grow 2.5 times more than last year. Other interesting information is that the level of activation of Android tablets expected to reach 70 million units by the end of this year. In comparison, according to Cnet, activation of Android tablets in the last year only 10 million.
At the same event, Google also announced two new products that have long awaited the Nexus 7 and the latest Android operating system, 4.3 Jelly Bean. The latest generation of Nexus 7 has better hardware than its predecessor, and also be the first device that uses the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
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