Have you ever wondered who would win if we were to start a competition between Google Play and Apple’s App Store? It seems we finally might have an answer to this dilemma. Modern conversations usually start with a few general questions and don’t miss the opportunity to find out more about the other person’s mobile – what the manufacturer and its operating system are.
Both Android and iPhone users have access to an interactive app store which constantly brings them updated versions of their favourite apps. However, it looks like Google Play is more popular than the virtual store powered by Apple, since it is used on more than 2 billion devices which are powered by Android systems.
Google Play is so popular because it comes preinstalled on the devices that use it. In this case, people can simply look for the app they need, download and install it. According to AppBrain, Android fans can choose from 2.5 million apps existent in Google Play’s library nowadays. Most of them are free, but not all of them.
An updated version of Google Play APK is available for download
There’s no doubt that Google Play is Android users’ best friend. Here they can find everything they need: apps for communication, music, movies, e-books, health, cooking and many more. If you are curious to see which the top choices for each category are we will mention them now:
- When it comes to games most Android users installed Candy Crush Saga;
- Facebook is the most popular choice when it comes to social apps;
- The most popular song is Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran;
- Adele’s 25 is the most common choice when it comes to music albums;
- Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James seems to be the most popular book.
Those who want to keep their devices up to date should know that a new update for the Google Play APK is now available for download. This time, is 12.1.18 and before you start downloading it make sure that your software can support the new version.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.