The Android market place is a centralized application market place for the Android mobile OS platform. Established in October of 2008 with the launch of the HTC Dream and developed by Google, it is a hotly discussed market. The Android market place features over 100,000 applications between games, business, themes and more. In February 2009, the market place was opened up for paid applications, ushering in the need for tracking services for non-gaming and gaming applications.

FADE LLC estimates that the Android market place has recorded over 750 million game downloads through early 2011, and is posting triple-digit growth annually.

FADE LLC offers extensive packages for Android data and sales charts. Beginning in July of 2009, we offer tracking for top-200 paid gaming applications. As of December 2009, we expanded our coverage to 100% of all gaming applications - approximately 15,000 in early 2011.

Report Availability

Gaming reports contain listings for products above 1 unit sold, and are still available on the Android market. These reports are available from mid 2009 through today.

Report Content

Sample Table of Contents for Android Report (July 2010):

  • Chart: Year-over-Year Comparison of Gaming Software (February 2009-Current)
  • Chart: Revenue of Top Android Title, by Month
  • Chart: Average Lifetime Revenue, by User Rating
  • Chart: Distribution of User Ratings, Including Both Free and Paid Games
  • Chart: Platform Version Distribution
  • Chart: Handsets Launched by Month
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