Android users will spend more money on apps and subscriptions than users of Apple Inc.’s products for the first time in 2017, according to a report released Wednesday.
App Annie, which focuses on data related to the mobile-app ecosystem, projects that users of Alphabet Inc.’s
Android operating system will spend $41 billion in total on apps and subscriptions in 2017, topping $40 billion for Apple.
The company’s market forecast report said that Apple’s App Store racked up $34 billion in sales in 2016, while Android apps collected $27 billion.
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