January 25, 2022

The World Stock Markets Tips & Targets, News, Views & Updates

The World Stock Markets Tips & Targets, News, Views & Updates

Apple claims to have over 745 million paid subscriptions for its Services

Apple has over 745 million paid subscriptions currently, as per Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Services at Apple. In a press release, he said that with these many subscriptions, Apple continues to connect the world’s developers, artists and storytellers with users across more than a billion devices.
As per Apple, its Apple Fitness+ coached users to workout and meditate whereas Apple News kept them informed of developments in the news and culture in 2021. The company claims hundreds of games were played on Apple Arcade; and millions of apps were downloaded from the App Store. Last year, Apple Arcade’s library of games saw its biggest expansion yet, now offering players of all ages over 200 games, including brand new releases, award-winning titles, and more from the App Store.
Some of the highlights were podcasts like “The Midnight Miracle” and “We Can Do Hard Things” and books like “The Least of Us” and “The Love Hypothesis”.
As per the tech giant, App Store’s global platform connects businesses of all sizes with over 600 million people each week across 175 countries, which has led to developers selling digital goods and services earning more than $260 billion since the App Store launched in 2008. Apple claims that thos number set a new yearly record for App Store developer earnings. This holiday season alone, App Store customers spent more than ever before between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, driving double-digit growth from last year.
Standout moments from just the last few months included in-game events like “The Champions Have Arrived!” in “Clash Royale,” “Space Tour” in “Mario Kart Tour,” and “Pokémon GO Halloween Mischief” in “Pokémon GO,” while popular events such as TikTok’s “Stranger Things Watch Party” and ESPN’s “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady” drew in-app crowd, as per Apple.
Apps like Bumble and EatOkra were recently honoured among the 2021 App Store Awards winners for delivering best-in-class app experiences, embodying the year’s trend of connection.

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