TikTok becomes the highest-grossing non-gaming app in November 2020!

December 7, 2020

History: 

TikTok, recognized as Douyin in China, is a Chinese video-sharing social interacting facility. The owner being ByteDance. The platform allows people or users to make a range of short videos. From categories like dance, comedy, singing, and learning that have a length from 3 to 60 secs. It is a global form of Douyin, which was first launched in the Chinese mainland in September 2016. Later, TikTok was released in 2017 for iOS and Android in most markets outside of China. Nonetheless, it grew accessible globally, together with the United States. After a merger with one more Chinese social media application. Called Musical.ly on August 2nd, 2018.

 

TikTok and Douyin have almost the same user boundary but no approach to each other’s video. The market has application servers from where that particular app is accessible. May it be App Store, Google Play or any other store.

TikTok and Douyin have almost the same user boundary but no approach to each other’s video. The market has application servers from where that particular app is accessible. May it be App Store, Google Play or any other store.

 

Ever since it’s unveiling in 2016, TikTok/Douyin gained fame throughout the world. As of October 2020, TikTok exceeded over 2 billion mobile app downloads all-inclusive.

 

Vanessa Pappas is now the CEO of TikTok. Following the letter of resignation of Kevin Mayer on August 27th, 2020. On August 3rd, 2020, US President Donald Trump warned to ban TikTok in the United States on 15 September. If discussions for the company selling to Microsoft or a different but American firm fail. The app is already banned by the government of India ever since June 2020. Accompanied by almost 223 Chinese applications. All this in reaction to a border conflict with China. Pakistan banned TikTok mentioning immoral and indecent videos on 9 October 2020. But reversed it ten days later on 19 October 2020.

Top Grossing Non-Gaming Applications in November: 

1. TikTok:

 The top-grossing non-gaming application globally for November 2020 was TikTok. With more than 123 USD million in user spending. Which is 3.7 times its profits in November 2019. Around 85% of TikTok’s revenue was from Douyin in China. Followed by 8% from the United States and 2% from Turkey. Application revenue estimations are from Sensor Tower’s Store 

2. YouTube: 

YouTube was the next top-earning non-gaming app worldwide for November 2020. With close to 88 USD million in gross income. Which denoted 59 percent year over year growth from November 2019. Almost 53 percent of YouTube’s revenue was from the United States, along with 11 percent from Japan.

 

3. The following Apps: 

The following top-grossing non-gaming application was Tinder. Followed by Disney Plus (Disney+) and Tencent Video.

 

Store Intelligence consumers can comprehend the app income and app download estimations. For the apps mentioned above on the Sensor Tower platform. Along with the app’s past performance metrics. The income evaluations are from the App Store and Google Play all-inclusive. In the middle of November 1st, 2019, and November 30th, 2020. And it denotes the gross user expenses. These rankings don’t consist of application revenue from minor or third-party Android stores. For instance, apps like Amazon Appstore, APKMirror, or APKPure.

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