Welcome back here In Apps Week, the Extra Crunch series reviewed the latest OS news, the applications they support, and the resulting benefits.
The application industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 billion downloads in 2019 and consumer spending of $120 billion. Today, people spend 3 hours and 40 minutes a day using apps, comparable to TVs. Apps are not only a way to spend leisure time, but also a big business. In 2019, the total valuation of mobile priority companies is $544 billion, which is 6.5 times higher than companies that do not focus on mobile business.
In this Extra Crunch series, we help you understand the latest news from the app world that is released every week.
This week, we are investigating news that the U.S. may ban TikTok, and how this has affected competitor applications. In addition, Android and iOS both released Beta versions this week-the upcoming beta releases of Android 11 beta 2 and iOS 14. We also studied the impact of coronavirus on the application economy in the second quarter, its downloads, usage, and consumer spending. In other app news, Instagram launched Reels in India, Tinder conducted video chat and Quibi flounder for the first time, and Pokémon GO continued to add it.
Apple releases iOS 14 public beta
The new version of the highly anticipated iOS mobile operating system iOS 14 Available Conduct a public test on Thursday. Users who join the public beta will be able to try the latest features, such as Application library, small parts Smart stack, updated Messages app, brand new Translate app, riding route in Apple Maps, upgraded Siri, and various improvements to core apps such as Notes, Reminder, Weather, Home, Safari, etc.
According to the new asset report, when iOS 14 is released to the public, it may also include support for QR code payments in Apple Pay. Find In the code base.
In addition to the public beta, Developer received the second round of beta Works with iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and other Apple software.
Google’s efforts to accelerate Android updates have become good news for Android 10
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