Canadians downloaded 41 million apps between Christmas and New Years Eve

Daniel Bader

January 2, 2012 7:17pm

There has been an, ahem, flurry of activity by our friends at Flurry Analytics who are once again up to their tricks. This time they’re tallying iOS and Android app downloads based on country, and Canada came in fourth place, just ahead of France and Germany with 41 million overall app downloads.

Overall, amongst all tallied countries, there were 1.2 billion apps downloaded in the iOS and Android app stores, the US taking the lions’ share with 509 million downloads.

Still, considering our tiny population, 41 million apps is a metric tonne, and shows how app-addicted we all are. Total app downloads were 60% above the December weekly average.

See the whole overview over at the Flurry Blog.

Source: Techcrunch

  • Adam

    Strange North Korea isn’t on the top-10 list…….

    • Ted Bundy

      What is it that all the rim-jobbbers always recite? Something about the US market doesn’t matter? LOL

  • mukrenol

    the more interesting part is what apps they downloaded…

  • John F.

    Just another stat showing that IPhone is the king of apps, as well as the most superior phone currently on the market.

    • Zomby

      I’m interested to know how that little mind of yours came to these ridiculous conslusions from those stats who includes Android apps.

  • dbfresh

    i call bullshit on these stats

  • Mark

    Wow its amazing that with our small population we beat every European and Asian country except China and the U.K. Although the most surprising thing is that Japan is only 10th I would have expected them to be much higher on the list considering how technologically advanced they are.

    • Adam

      Just means they spend their time developing microchips instead of downloading fart apps