The analytical company Mediascope, at the request of the Russian division of Forbes, calculated in which applications the Russians spend the most time. And these data turned out to be slightly unusual.
The sample involved residents of Russian cities of more than 100 thousand people. The age of respondents is from 12 to 64 years. There were requirements for applications: they should be included in the top 100 different application stores.
And if you expect to see messengers in the first places, then I hasten to disappoint you. The leader is the Gardenscapes puzzle:
Gardenscapes. Source: Playrix
Frankly, I know her only because of the subway, where I watch a lot of people playing this game. On average, Russians spend 46 minutes a day in it. This is longer than I spent in my best years on PUBG!
In second place was also the game. And these are Homescapes. A similar name, do not you? And this is just a sequel to Gardenscapes.
Homescapes. Source: Playrix
Apparently, the first part is still better, because in Homescapes Russians spend about 41 minutes a day.
Both games were developed by Playrix. According to Forbes, it is among the top 10 revenue companies on Google Play and the App Store.
They say Russia is a reading country. And the FBReader application in third place confirms this fact. Our fellow citizens spend 35 minutes a day behind it.
Further, everything is more or less commonplace: the first five are closed by YouTube and VKontakte with almost identical results in 35 and 34 minutes, respectively.
In general, the whole top looks like this:
My top is slightly different: by 7 o’clock in the evening I spent 34 minutes on Instagram, 31 minutes talked on Telegram and 27 minutes on VKontakte. And which applications are popular with you?
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