Google topped app downloads in Q4 2019, but Facebook dominated the year
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 For the first time in five years, Google has snatched the reins from Facebook to become the world’s top publisher of mobile apps — sort of. In the last quarter of 2019, Google amassed close to 850 million downloads compared to Facebook‘s nearly 800 million, according to data from app intelligence monitor Sensor Tower. Despite this minor triumph, Google still trails behind Facebook when it comes to overall downloads for the year. While the Big G raked in nearly 2.3 billion downloads, the Zuckerberg empire netted almost 3 billion downloads over the past 12 months. Considering that Facebook owns four…
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