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Top Five US Mobile App Publishers Hit 151.2 Billion in Google Play Lifetime Downloads

Recent years have witnessed a surge in app downloads, driven by the growing number of people using mobile phones. According to data gathered by GoldenCasinoNews, the five leading mobile app publishers from the United States hit 151.2bn in Google Play lifetime downloads as of May. With 123bn in lifetime downloads among Android users, Google LLC ranked as the leading mobile app publisher in the United States.

Google Meet is the Leading Google-published App:

In May, Google’s 183 published apps were downloaded a total of 278.9 million times worldwide, revealed Statista and Priori Data survey. With almost 21.5 million downloads, Google Meet was the leading one among them. Google Calendar, Google Play Games, and Google Assistant followed with 11.45 million, 11.12 million and 11.1 million downloads, respectively.

With 12.55bn in Google Play lifetime downloads, Facebook ranked as the second-leading mobile app publisher in the United States, revealed Statista and 42Matters data. The world’s most popular social network hit 2.6bn monthly active users in the first quarter of 2020. Statistics show that in March, Facebook was also the fourth most popular app in the Google Play Store worldwide, reaching 25.55 million downloads. Facebook Messenger ranked in seventh place, with 23.75 million downloads in March.

Microsoft Corporation took third place on the list of most successful US mobile app publishers, with a total of 6.67bn downloads among Android users so far. With millions of people spending more time indoors and online amid coronavirus lockdown, the US software giant has witnessed a surge in the number of app downloads in the first quarter of 2020. Statistics show than in March only, Microsoft apps were downloaded 97.8 million times worldwide, ranking it as the second-leading non-gaming app publisher in the Google Play Store that month.

WhatsApp and Instagram Reached Almost 9bn in Google Play Lifetime Downloads:

Statistics show that WhatsApp Inc was the fourth-leading US app publisher in May, with 5.74bn downloads among Android users. Statista data also revealed that one of the most popular messaging apps worldwide hit 2bn monthly active users in the first quarter of 2020, with the majority of that number based in India.

Instagram ranked as the fifth-leading app publisher in the United States, with 3.22bn in Google Play lifetime downloads. Statistics indicate the popular photo and video-sharing social networking service hit 1 billion active users as of April. The majority of that number or 120 million were based in the United States.

India represents the second-largest Instagram market, with 88 million users as of April. Brazil, Indonesia, and Russia follow, with 82 million, 64 million and 46 million, respectively.

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How to Track Other’s Via WhatsApp Messages By Installing Spy Software?         

Tracking and spying on someone is creepy but it can be legally done. There is software available online which offers tracking as well as access to the messages on both Facebook or WhatsApp. Upon installation, one can track a device’s location, messages, calls and internet activities.

Spy through online spy software

If you notice your partner spending much more time than usual with their phone on texting and internet surfing; then find out the reason behind it. Various applications on android devices can help one locate someone’s password or track down messages.

Are you looking for tracking software? Check out spy my girlfriend and read text messages with SMS spy applications helps to catch your partner red-handed with the proof of cheating on you.  

Are you looking to get into your partner’s phone? With certain spying software, it is quite easy. If your partner is using an android or another smart device, in the majority of cases, your spy software will provide access to reach and read messages.

How to track SMS through spying software?

First, download/install the software onto the relevant device to gain access to their inbox and call logs. The software will run in the background unnoticed and it can be operated from a smartphone or computer.

It will provide the details on upcoming SMS, call history and their messenger inbox without any password requirement. You can customize the preferred features as per your requirement. In addition, the software will allow you to create a backup. So, if the other party deletes the SMS or calls log you still have proof.

In a relationship, trust is the foundation. Once damaged, it’s extremely difficult to rebuild. So, investing in a disloyal relationship is a waste of time. The earlier you find out, the faster it is to move on.

How does spy software help?

More than just a tool to combat infidelity, both parents/employers can track their kids/employees. A great way to keep an eye out on your children’s location at all times and monitor loss prevention.

US Businesses Allowing Remote Working

The rise of cloud computing and teleconferencing represent both the biggest opportunity for growth as well as the most significant organizational challenge to companies around the world, according to new research from Condeco’s new research paper, The Modern Workplace 2019: People, places & technology, involving 750 corporate leaders. The full report can be downloaded here. Among the countries in the survey, remote working is particularly prevalent in Australia (45 per cent) with the US tied for being the country with the second most amount of companies allowing remote work (43 percent) and least widespread is Germany (35 per cent). However, US businesses were least likely to offer flextime (49 percent), while those in Singapore were most likely (66 percent). In addition, 43 percent of US business forecast that they will allow more remote working in the next year while only 9 percent have indicated that they will offer less remote working, a clear indicator that remote working is a major trend in America. 54 percent of US companies have said that they offer remote working to increase employee retention, which showcases employees increasing demands to work from home.

While recognizing digital transformation as crucial to their future success, 60 percent of those who participated express concern over the speed with which new technologies are reshaping their businesses. They are increasingly preoccupied with issues related to cloud computing, the internet of things, and big data.These technology challenges are contributing significantly to the changing nature of the corporate environment, the report finds. Cloud computing in particular has made it possible for increasing numbers of employees to work remotely and flexibly meaning that the central company workspace is rapidly becoming an administrative hub, rather than a traditional central focus where everyone gathers during set hours. The demands of regulation and compliance are also adding to the burden felt by businesses as they face the future. Condeco’s report is based on an in-depth survey of business leaders in six countries, including the United States, backed by qualitative interviews. Respondents overall say the biggest challenges facing their organizations in the next 12 months are digital transformation (37 percent) and the adoption of new technology (35 percent).

Across all countries surveyed, access to talent supply (26 per cent) and regulation and compliance (24 per cent) are considered greater organizational challenges than business uncertainty (22 per cent). Welcome to the flexible working revolution. Almost half of global businesses surveyed (41 percent) say they already offer some degree of remote working, while three-fifths (60 percent) provide flextime opportunities, allowing employees to choose when to start and end their workday. “The research clearly shows that businesses are in the process of transforming their workplaces digitally, which enables them to transform the way that they are used physically,” said Paul Statham, CEO of Condeco.”Today’s technology allows for space to be used more flexibly and for employees to work remotely. This benefits businesses by maximizing office space, reducing costs and by keeping employees engaged and productive.”

The end of meeting-room culture? When employees do go into the office, it is most often for meetings with colleagues and customers. Yet the researchers discovered that finding, booking and using meeting rooms is a consistent point of organizational tension, even as more people are working remotely. Fewer than a quarter of those surveyed (23 percent) say that their employees have access to meeting rooms whenever they need them; however, the US leads the world with 31 percent, compared to just 9 percent in Singapore. Only a third of respondents (31 percent) currently use specialist meeting-room scheduling software to help make efficient use of their available space. Some of those surveyed believed that there was an opportunity to use artificial intelligence to book and use meeting rooms more effectively.

“AI can release individuals from routine, repetitive tasks at work and free them up for more value-adding and enriching activities. That’s why it is likely to play an important role in meeting room booking software,” said Peter Otto, Chief Product Officer at Condeco. Businesses are only just beginning to realize the extent to which the need for co-workers to meet in person is a thing of the past, as new conferencing systems enable teams to maintain real-time collaboration and conversation across vast distances and multiple time zones.“Ultimately new technology will enable businesses to allocate their resources and time more effectively,” said Otto.“There is also a role it can play in gathering data, but companies need to be aware of the ethical and privacy aspects of using it in this way and be prepared to be fully transparent in communicating what they are doing to their employees.”

US leaders prepare for the future While a fifth of business leaders worldwide (22 per cent) said that uncertainty was a concern for them, less than one fifth of American business leaders (16 percent) echoed this. The most-common concern for US respondents is technology adoption (45 percent) and talent supply (30 percent), suggesting that businesses are expecting these to be major issues over the next year. Only 11 percent of US business cited access to capital as their top organizational concern.