Apple's App Store generated 23.7 billion yuan (US$3.57 bn) from China in Q2 2018, up 25% over Q2 2017 (US$2.86 bn) and 6% over Q1 this year.
Almost the same as Q1 2018, though mobile gaming apps accounted for the lion's share of 79% in revenues, it only increased by 15% from Q2 2017, which is nothing compared with the skyrocketing growth of entertainment apps (163%).
Comparing with online music and e-book, online video had the largest user base. The daily active users of online video reached 940 million, up by 11.9% from the same period last year.
Apple's App Store derived 31% of its global revenues from China, the largest share for two consecutive years, according to Sensor Tower.
The total downloads reached 2.3 billion in Q2 2018, up by 11% year-on-year, representing ...
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