Entertainment Apps in great demand are ruling mobile app stores

| January 15, 2018

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More than 2 million apps populate the Apple App Store right now and the Google App Store is practically flooded. Between all this who is ruling the roost? IT IS the entertainment apps! Due to increasing adoption of smartphones, the global mobile entertainment market is estimated to reach USD 128.12 billion dollars by 2022, as per Zion Market Research.

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