Quick TEQ: The average iPhone user in the US spends $35 in the iOS app store per year, and out of that $25 dollars are spent on games. iOS games are a hit, pulling in about 10.5 downloads per iPhone on average per year. This is the best time to be an iOS game developer!
According to Sensor Tower, the average iPhone user in the United States dished out about $35 in the iOS App Store last year. This was including both in app purchases and premium downloads.
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Apple’s new product launch did not come to us as a surprise as the much talked about rumors became true, Apple released its brand new iPhone SE.
It seems that the 4 inch phones are still a fad, as Apple reportedly sold 30 million iPhones with 4 inch screens in 2015. Some companies don’t even manage to sell 30 million of their flag ship devices, and here Apple manages to sell 30 million and that of their 4 inch screen models.
Apple has certainly played their cards right by identifying the demand in the market and taking advantage of it. For those of you who don’t know, the iPhone SE is basically the build of the iPhone 5S, but with the power of the iPhone 6S.
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This article is dedicated for all those users out there, who think that browsing the internet in incognito mode, is like wearing an invisibility cloak online. The truth is, it isn’t.
For those of you who don’t know about incognito mode, it is Google Chrome’s private browsing feature which disables web cache, and browsing history. Essentially that means that all of your visited pages, searches, and cookies, will not be saved on your local computer. This lets users surf the internet, without storing any local data which can be retrieved later.
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