Google Play Game Revenue takes a Lead in Spain and Germany

Google Play Game Revenue takes a Lead in Spain and GermanyGoogle Play Game Revenue Leads In Germany, Spain. Google Play beat out Apple’s App Store in Germany and Spain. According to Newzoo and Distimo, Google Play’s spending share increased from 47 per cent in December to 51 per cent in January. Mobile gamers globally spent $300 million more in January compared to the previous June.

The Google Play Store offers a variety of Android apps available that can be found for free, even under $1! Even digital downloads of promotions are available. These type of downloads can come with coupon offers or loyalty type rewards. Google Play is a must have for pay and free downloads.

Google Play has led the markets in South Korea and Japan. These countries are currently two of the three fastest-growing markets worldwide. Gaming in Asian countries are expected to continue growing. It is expected that growth will reach up to a 759 percent year-over-year increase in revenue, in South Korea. Freemium Android gaming market is also expanding rapidly. The market insists that Freemium is the future of mobile. Games and social application trends are also evolving.

The future of Android Gaming remains growing and popular. Android fragmentation is still present. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang stated “Android is the most disruptive operating system that we’ve seen in a few decades, in a couple of decades,” Android is not just about phones,” “We believe that Android is going to be a very important platform for gaming in the future, and to do so we have to create devices that enable great gaming to happen on Android.” “Android is probably the most versatile operating system that we’ve ever known.” The market expects the worldwide gaming platform for Android to expand in particular areas within Asia.

 

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