Users of the Android OS is much more active and remove previously installed software, than owners of devices with iOS
The source, citing the report of the company AppsFlyer, says that users of devices running Android and iOS behave differently from the installed applications.
Rather, they remove a different number of applications. Examining 20 million cases remove applications (list present 500 programs) in the period from September to October, the experts came to the conclusion that Android users remove previously installed significantly more frequently than iOS users.
On average, removed three of the ten programs, but in the case of Android is the place to double the advantage in the frequency of deletions. For example, 43% of installed users Android games subsequently removed, while the owners of devices iOS was removed, only 13% of games, keeping the rest on the device. When talking about AT-related purchases, the value will be 21% and 9% in the same order.
AppsFlyer believes that this situation is supposedly that the average iOS devices have a greater storage capacity than the device with Android. However, statistics have long shown that iPhones and iPads often buy with a minimum amount of memory.
Another interesting feature is that US residents almost never delete unwanted. Under this source implies a variety of applications that the user is forced to set to receive some benefits. Often they are then immediately removed, but residents of the United States, regardless of the mobile platform make it extremely rare.