Most Downloaded Android Apps In India In 2021

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We are in the era where there is one app for everything, including managing our daily lives, earning money and staying in touch with family and friends, and much more. With the pandemic still prevalent, people started using many apps to stay in their homes, buy essential items, and play with their friends.

Most downloaded Android apps in India in 2021

Speaking of apps, Indians seem to have a love for social platforms, short video platforms, and games as these apps have gained traction in 2021. This has been highlighted by app intelligence firm SensorTower. Let’s take a look at the most downloaded Android apps in 2021.

Most downloaded Android apps in 2021

Based on the analysis, it appears that Meta’s Instagram (formerly Facebook) has shifted its focus to photo videos this year. Well, the app has topped the list of most downloaded apps in India this year with 205.4 million downloads on the Android platform. Next on the list is Facebook with a total number of downloads of 163.6 million.

Following these social media platforms, we have the Meesho social e-commerce platform, which has ranked third with 162.7 million downloads and 464% growth in the Android ecosystem. It will not be an exaggeration to say that Meesho has opened a fierce e-commerce battle in which Snapdral and Shopclues have lost their space, while Flipkart and Amazon continue to dominate the e-commerce market in India at the moment and future changes may take place. provided.

Fourth on the list of the most downloaded Android apps this year is Snapchat, which recently surpassed the 100 million user milestone. The app saw 64 percent growth and has scored 155.8 million downloads this year. After these apps, we have three short video platforms in the next three rankings.

Well, the 5th most downloaded app in India by Android users is MX TakaTak with growth of 64.5 percent and 133.7 million downloads this year. We have Josh, the short video platform of VerSe Innovation, Dailyhunt’s parent company in sixth position with total downloads of 125.2 million and growth of nearly 60 percent. In seventh position is ShareChat’s Moj, which is quite popular in the country. It has seen growth of 28.5 percent and total downloads of 121.9 million in 2021.

In the eighth position on the list of most downloaded Android applications this year, we have Ludo King, who has been a great success in recent times. The revival of the classic board game Ludo has seen 121.1 million downloads this year on Android, but it failed to attract a positive growth rate. In ninth position, we have e-commerce giant Flipkart, which is owned by Walmart. Notably, Flipkart has been installed almost 115.2 million times on Android devices.

Finally, we have PLAYit in the tenth position. In particular, PLAYit is a video player that supports multiple formats, including 4K, 1080p, FLV, MKV, M4V, and MPG. For mp3 and mp4 files. This application has experienced a growth rate of 123.6 percent and has been downloaded 105.1 million times.

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Article first published: Thursday, December 23, 2021, 3:06 p.m. [IST]

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