Only 46% Of App Users Have Ever Bought One [Headlines]

Only 46% Of App Users Have Ever Bought One [Headlines]

The study reveals that just under half of those who use mobile apps have paid for one, though the number of users overall has grown.

Liz Walsh
  • 11 november 2011

More than half of mobile application users do not purchase them, but the number of users is growing, according to data gathered by the Pew Research Center. Among app purchasers, 52% report that the most they have spent on an app is $5. Pew Research Center.

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