U.S. users spent 4.2 hours daily in mobile apps in Q3 2021

According to App Annie’s ‘daily time spent in apps’ report for Q3 2021, users in the United States have reached a new high of 4.2 hours a day using mobile apps in Q3, up from 3.9 in the second quarter of 2021. 

According to the report, Indonesia is the country that spends the most time on mobile apps daily with 5.5 hours,  followed byBrazil with 5.4 hours and South Korea with 5 hours. Meanwhile the data also revealed that consumers in 12 of the countries on the 16-strong list now spend more than 4 hours a day in apps, up from 8 in Q2.

Announcing that it has exceeded 1 billion monthly active users last month, TikTok became the most downloaded app in three of the territories App Annie monitored over the third quarter. 


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Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger became the most downloaded apps worldwide in the third quarter after TikTok. In addition, video conferencing apps such as Zoom, and COVID-related apps like Germany’s CovPass also took their place in the most downloaded apps in Q3.

When it comes to games, Outfit7’s My Talking Angela 2 was the most downloaded game worldwide in the third quarter, followed by Garena’s Free Fire, and Freeplay’s hyper-casual Count Masters. 


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Written by Sophie Blake

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