YouTube generated the highest amount of revenue among non-game subscription apps in the U.S. last year
Top grossing non-game subscription apps in the U.S. last year
The third highest grossing subscription app in the U.S. was dating app Tinder which got help from its second place showing in the App Store. It didn’t place in the top ten non-game subscription apps in the Play Store. We already told you that Google One was the top grossing app in the U.S. version of the Google Play Store last year. But overall in the states, the dating app finished fifth after Pandora. The music streamer was fourth overall and in the App Store and did a tad better in the Google Play Store where it was third.
Speaking of streamers, video streamer HBO Max first left the starting gate on May 27th. Led by popular sitcom Friends (an HBO Max exclusive), the app finished 8th overall among non-game subscription apps in the U.S., seventh in the App Store, and fifth in the Google Play Store. Thanks to its ESPN+ premium service, ESPN hit the charts last year. Combining iOS and Android versions of the app, ESPN finished in 10th place. In the App Store it was ninth, and was sixth for 2020 in the Google Play Store.