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Zoom emerges as most downloaded app by Singaporeans

It is followed closely by the identification app SingPass.

Analytics company App Annie released their Q3 2021 Mobile Pulse Top Apps and Games Rankings report on 14 October.

According to the report, Zoom is the top downloaded app in Singapore for Q3 2021, followed by SingPass and Trace Together.

For breakout apps, measured by quarter-over-quarter growth, the top three apps were GO-JEK, Nike, and SingPass.

Pokemon UNITE, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, and ROBLOX top the games download charts, which shows the popularity of social gaming in the country.

Singaporean users spent over $417m (SGD562.2m) on mobile apps between January to September 2021. The amount is expected to reach $556m (SGD749.6m), a 33% increase, by the end of 2021.

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