App Annie Index: 2014 Retrospective – The Top App Trends of 2014

 

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2014 has been another fantastic year for mobile. App Annie’s 2014 round-up illustrated some exciting trends emerging, especially in mobile gaming.

Here are some key takeaways:

– BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) continue their impressive download growth overall with Brazil finishing #2 in the Google Play store behind the USA.

– Movie based games are in the ascent. Despicable Me maintained a Top 10 app store presence 18 months after its launch!

– Super Casual Gaming is becoming a growing trend. From the Flappy Birds huge viral success, many more similar games are feeding consumers need for ‘bite-zized portion’ games.

2015 promises to be even bigger for mobile gaming, so keep downloading and enjoying those games!

To download the App Annie 2014 trend report, click here.

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