Smartphone Application Market To Reach US$15.65 Billion In 2013

An upswing in the market share of “smart” devices, along with an increase in application focus from OEMs, OS developers and mobile network operators will drive yearly app revenues from US$1.94 billion (2009) to US$15.65 billion in only four years, according to our most recent research findings.

The application market’s growth is driven by the widespread push of advanced handset capabilities by the mobile industry and the increasingly-connected global consumer base. This trend will continue, seeing global smartphone users numbering 970 million by the end of 2013.

Installed Base of Smartphone Application Users, 2009-2013
Installed Base of Smartphone Application Users, 2009-2013

Additional details are available in research2guidance’s comprehensive new report, “Global Smartphone Application Market Report 2010.”

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This post currently has 6 responses.

  1. […] is predicting that global smartphone users will number 970 million by 2013. They also predict that this will […]

  2. […] der wiederum ist eindeutig. Nach ihrem aktuell veröffentlichten “Global Smartphone Application Market Report 2010” soll der Markt für Apps von 1.94 Milliarden US $ (2009) auf 15.65 Milliarden US$ in […]

  3. nice post and very informative. definitely worth bookmarking

  4. Jet says:

    Very informative, THX

    Here a link to another survey concerning the app market in Europe.

    http://creatingapps.telekomaustria.com/distimo-report-for-mef-about-app-store-markets.html

  5. Terry Ward says:

    Hello:

    Where can we market our smartphone applications?

    Regards,

    Terry Ward
    (sales and Distributions)

  6. Movil says:

    In the next 2 years Google Play will beat Itunes, in my opinion.

    Thanks

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