Wednesday, 2 July 2014
Chinese mobile device owners downloaded 23 billion apps in Q1 2014
"According to a data obtained by China’s Analysys International, Chinese mobile device owners downloaded 23.4 billion apps during the first quarter of 2014. Of that figure, more than 41 percent of those downloads came through one of Baidu’s app distribution channels, which includes its flagship app store, and popular 91 Mobile and Hi Net (which Baidu took under its wing when it acquired parent company 91 Wireless for US$1.9 billion last year). Qihoo trails behind Baidu with 27 percent market share, followed by Tencent at 16 percent market share and the independent Wandoujia at 7 percent market share."
Source: Tech In Asia, 26th June 2014