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Apple By The Numbers: 50 Billion Apps Downloaded And More

As expected, CEO Tim Cook and other company executives spent a considerable portion of today's WWDC keynote by announcing a series of impressive stats across Apple's line of products and services. Below are some key numbers: WWDC 2013 Apple's 24th WWDC this year Attendees from 66 countries 64 percent are first-time attendees Over 100 sessions Over 120 labs Over 1000 Apple engineers 6 million developers WWDC 2013 tickets sold out in 71 seconds Apple Retail Stores 1 million daily visitors at Apple retail stores 407 stores in 14 countries App Store App Store celebrates fifth anniversary next month 50 billion apps downloaded 900,000 apps in the App Store 93 percent downloaded every month 375,000 iPad apps 575 million Apple IDs $10 billion paid to developers ($5 billion paid during last year alone) OS X Mountain Lion 28 million copies of OS X Mountain Lion shipped 35 percent of Mac users using Mountain Lion (compared to less than 5 percent for Windows 8) iBookstore 1.8 million titles in the iBookstore iCloud 300 million iCloud accounts (fastest-growing cloud service ever) 35 billion downloads from iTunes in the Cloud 240 million Game Center users 800 billion iMessages 7.4 trillion push notifications iOS 600 million iOS devices sold 50 percent more iOS users use their devices than Android users do theirs 60 percent mobile Web share versus 24 percent for Android 97 percent overall satisfaction for iOS 93 percent of iOS users using iOS 6 (just 33 percent of Android users using latest Android version)
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