Posts Tagged statistics

OptimizeMe Review

OptimizeMe Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Tracking everything you do in your life has never been quite so comprehensive or as intimidating as this.

Read The Full Review »
Zippy Review

Zippy Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Initially seeming like a typical if well made To Do list app, Zippy offers up an original insights section, proving it's worth taking a look at.

Read The Full Review »

Slingbox has released a new infographic that showcases exactly how its customers use the device for watching their favorite programs. This data covers only the first half of 2013 – January through June. The notables include Slingbox owners watching 10 times more TV online than the national average. 75% of those hours are spent watching television on the go rather than at home. 80% of hours watching TV are spent watching live television instead of recorded. Check out the infographic below!

Slingbox usage infographic

Static Review

Static Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Static offers an easy portal to many popular social networks, providing relevant statistics simply and easily.

Read The Full Review »
Topps HUDDLE Review

Topps HUDDLE Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
This melting pot of an application takes everything that an NFL fan could ask for and put it in one place. Is the result a case of "be careful what you wish for?"

Read The Full Review »

UK-based iOS magazine Tap! has sent us some fascinating statistics to demonstrate just how huge the iOS ecosystem has become. It’s quite intriguing.

Currently, we’re at around 650,000 apps on the App Store, meaning that if you started to read out each name of every app out there, it’d take a full week without stopping to reach the end. Sure, you’d be bored by then and a whole bunch of new apps would have hit the store, but it’d be an unique way of spending that week!

In a similar vein, plenty of money has been earned with Apple determining that $5.5bn has been paid out to developers since the launch of the App Store 4 years ago. To put that into a more imaginable context, that’s enough to fill 2.5 Olympic swimming pools with dollar bills! Even Scrooge McDuck would be overwhelmed by that and he’s used to swimming in money.

It equates to Apple taking in just over $1,000 every second of every day, all from the App Store. Unsurprising given there are 400m customer accounts on the store, roughly the population of South America.

Hardware wise, that means a ton of devices are out there with enough iPhones and iPads sold to stretch around the Earth, or be stacked up to 1/10 of the way from the Earth to the moon. As well as that, over half of the US could be glazed over with all the glass used to make the devices.

Interestingly for those living in the UK, France, Spain, Germany and Italy, 1 in 3 people who own an iPad also own an iPhone showing that sometimes one iOS device just isn’t enough (and I include myself in that statistic!). Perhaps that’s because Disney recently determined that 75% of parents share their devices with their kids, meaning there are a lot of different hands keen to enjoy all that App goodness.

What does all this mean? Two things: the App Store is constantly growing and there’s a huge amount of options out there, and that everyone loves a fascinating statistic about something.

While you can always keep abreast of the latest developments here, Tap! is also collating their list of the best apps out there so if that appeals, go check out their vote on the magazine’s site.

Photo Stats Review

Photo Stats Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Photo Stats combs through the metadata from your Camera Roll and delivers shiny infographics about your photo-taking habits. When, where, and how do you love to take photos? Photo Stats has the answers. An uncomplicated app, Photo Stats nevertheless delivers on its pledges.

Read The Full Review »

The World In FiguresThe Economist, one of the more well-respected publications about world events, boasts a circulation of over 1.4 million worldwide and an almost 6 million readers of its website. Their new app, World In Figures, is based on the popular book of the same name, and allows users to access a (ahem) world of statistics on a wide variety of topics and data from more than 190 countries. The application is available globally, and covers topics from transport to commodities to tourism to movies.

The app allows users to view the data in many different ways, including per country or across different countries to compare data. In addition, it includes a trivia game built in, allowing users to test their knowledge of the topics and statistics, then share that knowledge on Facebook or Twitter for bragging rights.

The app itself was developed by XPLANE | Dachis Group, the recently merged “visual thinking company” and “Social Business Design” company. The Economist is also available as its own app, The Economist, and has released two other apps, one called, Think Space, which encourages creative and social thinking, and the other called, Which MBA?, an app focusing on comparing business degree programs.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-07-19 :: Category: Reference

Questionnaire Review

Questionnaire Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Enabling users to collate statistical data simply and easily.

Read The Full Review »
IntelliShop Review

IntelliShop Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
IntelliShop aims to make you a more frugal and better-organized grocery shopper with powerful price comparison features, but some adjustments are required before it can be truly stellar.

Read The Full Review »

flightcontrol

Firemint Games, the developers of the 148Apps five star rated game Flight Control, have just released their sales figures for the app while it held the #1 spot in the iTunes App Store. The period covered stretches from March 24th to April 25th 2009, which is a sizable amount of time for an app to hold that position.

Here’s some of the information from the report:

Continue reading Firemint Games Provides Flight Control Sales Numbers »

Bracketcast NCAA 2009

Bracketcast NCAA 2009

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Bracketcast brings Accuscore to your hand just in time for the 2009 NCAA Men's Basketball tournament. Given its limited functionality, however, is it worth laying down even $0.99 for the software? Read on to find out!

Read The Full Review »

When thinking of the word flurry, one could imagine a gust of floating snow, but there is nothing cold or wet about Flurry Analytics.

Flurry Analytics is a leading cross-platform mobile application analytics provider for iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Java ME developers. With the intention of helping developers make better applications by providing consumer behavior and application performance analytics, Flurry announced the release of two ground-breaking extensions to its analytic services: User Path Tracking and Dynamic Parameters.

The User Path Tracking will monitor the sequence of actions completed in mobile applications by consumers and the Dynamic Parameters will analyze user-generated content and other user action data within mobile applications.

“Flurry is committed to dramatically raising the standard of iPhone and Android Analytics for its customers,” said Flurry CEO, Simon Khalaf. “Building the ability to track user flows and event parameters was technically challenging but exactly what our customers needed to better understand their consumers, increase retention and grow their active user base.”

The User Path Tracking gives developers the chance to track the sequence of actions that consumers complete in their applications from the time of launch, thus giving the option of using the collected data to increase user satisfaction and retention by improving the design of an application and discovery of key features.

In addition to the ability to track when end-users perform key actions, developers can now “describe” and understand how that action was completed in richer detail with Dynamic Parameters.

Click here to learn more about Flurry Analytics.

TextGuru

TextGuru

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
TextGuru is a full fledged text editor for the iPhone. It let's you organize files in nested folders, offers cut, copy and paste, can share files via wifi, and can import files via FTP and the Internet. It also serves as a viewer of common file formats such as PDF, MS Office, and more. It's a jack of all trades utility for those serious about their documents.

Read The Full Review »

Today marks the one month anniversary for the App Store (officially anyway). While the full statistics are rather slim, the numbers we do know are very encouraging.

In just one month Apple has already served 60 million application downloads that resulted in $30 million in revenue. It will be great to track this over time, but given Apple’s track record we won’t hear again until they hit a major milestone.

The number one selling app has been Sega’s Super Monkey Ball (App Store) at $3 million which would equal over 300,000 copies. Though in all fairness, I Am Rich sold 8 copies at $999.99 in just 3 days for a much better return per copy.

[first seen TechCrunch and GigaOm]

A couple days ago, Apple turned on daily download stats for developers.  This has confirmed that sales in the app store are going strong. While few developers have disclosed any information on what their numbers are, we do know a few things.

Sega has stated that they are on track to sell 1 million copies of Super Monkey Ball (App Store) this year.

Tapulous stated that Tap Tap Revolution (App Store) has had over 900,000 downloads while their other app, Twinkle (App Store), a twitter client, has had just over 80,000.

The Facebook (App Store) native application has hit over 1 million users already.

According to 9to5mac.com, developer Erica Block is getting over 400 paid downloads a day, adding up to over $2000/day in income from a single application, 2Accross (App Store).

It’s obvious that free applications are dominating the top downloads while paid application are still getting respectable download numbers.

Check out our daily updated lists of top paid and free application in the app store.  We are also tracking what’s hot in the app store.

Facebook reported today at the Mobile Web Wars that their Facebook iPhone OS application has 1 million users.  This is totally amazing, if true.  Considering that it has never been the most popular free application in the store there must be other applications with even more users.

Hopefully Apple will release some statistics soon on sales in the App Store. The first couple days of the App Store being open stats could be gathered in the mobile App Store.  That was cut off by Apple, quickly.

via [Techcrunch]

    Advertisement    





Featured Apps

    Advertisement    


Categories

Developers

Would you like your application reviewed on 148Apps? See the About page for information.
    Advertisement    


Latest Posts

So Many Holiday iOS Sales Oh My Goodness!

Seriously, there's a rather obscene amount of stuff on sale right now, and more discounts are inevitable.

Pocket Gamer is Giving Away a Different Premium iOS Game for Free, Every Day, Between 12/8 and 12/19

Nothing says “Holiday Season” like an Advent Calendar, right? Well the folks at Pocket Gamer, in collaboration with a lot of very generous and generally awesome developers, have set up a special one just for you, the iOS gaming enthusiast. Starting next Monday, 12/8, they’ll be giving away one top-rated premium game for $0, for […]

Make your own Tribez Figures (and More) with Toyze

Toyze, the 3D marketplace app by Eligo Games, has signed a licensing agreement with Game Insight to offer fans the chance to own 3D figures from three of their properties: Tribez, Dragon Eternity, and Mirrors of Albion. “Game Insight is one of the most successful players in the international mobile gaming industry and we are thrilled to […]


Steel Media Network

148Apps - iPhone app reviews and news. The best gosh darn iPhone app site this side of Mars.
http://148apps.com :: @148Apps

Android Rundown - Android news and reviews. Where you get the rundown on Android apps and hardware.
http://AndroidRundown.com :: @AndroidRundown

Best App Ever - Yearly Mobile App Achievement Awards.
http://bestappever.com :: @BestAppEver

Pocket Gamer - Mobile game reviews, news, and features.
http://PocketGamer.co.uk :: @PocketGamer

Pocket Gamer.biz - Mobile games industry news, opinion, and analysis.
http://PocketGamer.biz :: @pgbiz

AppSpy - iOS game news and video reviews.
http://appspy.com :: @appspy