Google has taken a strong stance against the apps available in the Play Store. Sports Lens claims that during the first half of 2022, the business eliminated more than 1.1 million apps from the Play Store.

The Play Store currently has 2.65 million apps available. 3,739 new apps are added to this shop each day. The Google Play Store had 3.1 million apps in 2020. By mid-2021, this number may rise to 3.8 million. The Google Play Store also managed to set a record with 4.7 million apps in December of last year.

Although many of these apps are made specifically to collect user data, not all of them are secure, easy to use, or helpful for consumers. Google occasionally runs a significant campaign against these programs and bans them from the Play Store.

Advertisement The article claims that during the first quarter of this year, Google removed 1.3 million apps from the Play Store. Additionally, throughout the first half of the year, the Play Store saw an increase in the number of apps available from over 2 million to about 2.2 million.

DOWNLOADS OF PLAY STORE APPS AND REVENUES ALSO FELL Google is having trouble with more than just the quantity of apps accessible on the Play Store. Both the number of downloads and gross app income are declining, according to Statista and Sensor Tower. The bad news is that for developers.

According to the data, users spent $21.3 billion in the first half of 2022 on in-app purchases, subscriptions, and premium apps, a 7% decline from the same period in 2017. Additionally, there were around 55.3 billion app downloads in the first six months of the year. This is a 700 million decrease from last year.

Advertisement The Google Play Store’s app downloads and sales are declining, whilst the Apple App Store is still doing well. According to Statista and Sensor Tower statistics, the App Store produced $43.7 billion in H1 2022, a 5.5% rise from the same time in the previous year. Additionally, there were approximately 16 billion app downloads in the App Store in the first half of the year, a 400 million decrease.

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