If you’ve ever bought an Android phone from an Android store, you probably have some idea of the number of Android apps you can expect to see.
If you haven’t, you might not know what exactly you’re buying.
There’s no telling how many apps the devices will have, and how many there will be.
But a new study from the consultancy Gartner shows that Android phones have grown at a faster rate than any other platform, with the average device launching fewer than 10 apps per month.
“There are definitely some very high-end devices, but overall, Android is seeing an increase in usage,” said Matt Anderson, chief technology officer at Gartners.
“And it’s going to continue to grow as we get closer to the consumer-focused future.”
The new data from the company, released on Thursday, was compiled from a survey of 10,000 Android devices.
The devices in question were the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the Moto X, Google’s Nexus 6 and Nexus 5, and the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
The researchers asked the users to rate each of these devices’ apps on a scale of one to five stars.
The more stars a given app has, the more likely it is to appear in a particular app store.
If an app was rated a star, it was placed in a top spot.
The app was then divided into three categories: a low-tier app, a high-tier, and a top-tier.
For instance, the top-tiered app would be called the Weather app, while a low tier app would have an app called “Cards”.
For a low ranking app, users would expect to find more useful features and services than a high ranking app.
For example, Google Maps could be rated as a top tier app.
The lowest-tier apps also had a lower average monthly usage.
The higher-ranking apps had more features and more content.
For the top tier apps, there were more features.
The study was based on data collected by Gartener from a random sample of 5,000 phones.
The data was then split into two categories: apps that were downloaded and used more than five times, and apps that used the least amount of time.
The average time spent on an app is a measure of how useful the app is and how often people use it.
For Android phones, the average app usage was 8.8 minutes per month, according to Garters.
Apps that were used less than 5 times per month were counted as downloads, while those that were less than five minutes were counted per app.