The loyalty of a software or active users who use it frequently is practically the main measure or metric to evaluate if it will remain in time, a good example is Windows, the operating system mostly used in the world for about 30 Resisting the popularity of Android and other mobile systems that have somewhat overshadowed the use of desktop hardware. The unusual thing about all this and in the preferences questions of the users nothing is written, is that Linux was rejected a lot of time as desktop operating system but now Android that is a simplicity version of Linux is the most used OS in the world if we join The statistics of desktop computers and mobile computers.
A Study reveals this situation:
Only 5% are still using an app after 30 days of installing
The AppsFlyer platform has conducted a study in which different statistics have been obtained on everything discussed above. Basically it has been proven that only 5% of all users are still using an application after a month of installation, as they point from Pocket Gamer.
The data for the study were obtained in the third quarter of last year, in which more than 3,500 million installations were taken over 5,000 different applications. With this it has been shown that the interest for this installed app falls shortly.
Android users get hooked earlier but spend less
According to the study itself, the application facilities are divided into two groups, organic and non-organic. And now is when you think what this means, well, when we refer to organic installations we talk about the apps we find and download in a normal way. However, non-organic installations refer to the apps that appear in suggestions and similar posts.