Mobile App Cross Usage Music
20,000 Foot View: Mobile app usage is defined by consumers engaging with a multitude of propositions, even when they serve a very similar purpose. Consumers often use multiple different messaging apps, video apps and music apps. Mobile was the catalyst for streaming music’s growth and now accounts for XXX of all streaming activity. In the race for mobile relevance and premium users, the music app environment is highly competitive. Free trials, bundles and free tiers all contribute to a user marketplace where multiple music app usage is becoming increasingly widespread.
Key XXX of music streaming now occurs on XXX of Spotify users use Amazon Prime Music, while XXX use Apple Music XXX of Spotify users are mobile XXX of Spotify users are XXX of Spotify users use Twitter, while XXX use Instagram and XXX XXX % of Amazon Prime Music users are Paying video XXX of Amazon Prime Music users use Spotify weekly, and XXX use Apple XXX of Amazon Prime Music users are XXX of Apple Music users are between XXX and XXX years XXX of Apple Music users use Spotify weekly and XXX use Amazon Prime Music XXX of Deezer users use Tidal XXX of Deezer users are between XXX and XXX years old
Companies & Products Mentioned: Amazon, Android Apple, Deezer, Dubsmash, Facebook, iMessage, Instagram, Messenger, Musically, Pinterest, Snapchat, Soundcloud, Spotify, Tidal, Twitter, Whatsapp, Youtube