Google has told TechCrunch that its app store, Google Play, passed the 15 billion download mark “a few weeks ago.” The last time the firm mentioned how many downloads the store had received was during its Q4 2011 earnings in January when the number stood at 11 billion. In comparison, Apple’s App Store hit 15 billion downloads in July 2011, and as of March 2012 the figure was 25 billion downloads. According to TechCrunch’s figures, Google Play is seeing around 1 billion downloads a month where as Apple sees around 1.25 billion. Google currently has 500,000 apps available while Apple has 600,000 available.
Pokemon Go players worldwide finding Shiny Pikachu in the wild, Mewtwo coming to Exclusive Raid Battles
Reports of Shiny Pikchu spottings in Pokemon Go surfaced yesterday, and today Niantic Labs as confirmed the critters are appearing around the world.
Gearbox Publishing announced today it’s bringing Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few to retail. But, you’ll have to wait until next year to play it.
Sony has provided a few, small details regarding its annual, December PlayStation Experience event.
Thanks to last week’s Generation 2 update, Pokemon Go is once again the highest grossing game on iTunes in the United States.
At least until new content and trading arrives.