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15 April 2021

IPhone users spend an average of $ 138 on apps in 2020

What apps iPhone users spend the most on. The question of saving on subscriptions. Review of app prices

Anastasia Perekupko

Analyst firm Sensor Tower has shared interesting data with iPhone users regarding app and in-game purchases. According to data published on the official website in early April 2021, the cost of an iPhone owner in 2020 increased by as much as 38% when compared to the previous year. How much did an iPhone user spend on mobile apps? The data showed that $ 138 was spent on in-app purchases.

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A mobile application can also be viewed as an innovative business. The launch of the mobile application is carried out not only in order to satisfy the needs of end consumers, but also of developers who plan to make a profit as a pleasant bonus for the work done.

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