Android projected to top Apple in app revenue for first time this year

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

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 Android operating system will spend $41 billion in total on apps and subscriptions in 2017, topping $40 billion for Apple.

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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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