If you think you’ve got the latest iPhone, Android, or Chrome browser app installed on your smartphone, you’re right.
According to Google, a whopping 44% of all smartphone users download an app to watch their favorite content from a web-based source like Netflix.
But that’s just for the most popular Android devices.
As Android’s market share has grown, so has its usage, so as more users install and update their apps, there’s bound to be some people who’re not going to have a lot of time to sit down and watch content from Netflix or Hulu anytime soon.
But that’s exactly what some Android users are looking for.
The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month that Google had discovered that as Android has gotten bigger, so have the number of people downloading the apps it offers.
According the Journal, the company is now tracking the number and number of Android users who have installed an app on their phone or tablet.
Google’s latest data shows that as of the end of December, the number was around 8.7 million, while it was around 9.3 million a month ago.
In the next month, Google will roll out more apps, but those who haven’t installed an update yet will be left to figure out what they want to watch.
Google’s latest numbers aren’t a new thing.
The company has been tracking Android usage since December, and its data has shown that Android users spend an average of around 7 minutes per day using the devices software.
While that might sound like a lot, the Journal said that Google’s figures are actually “more than double the average time spent on desktop software.”
As a result, the latest data is a bit misleading, as it shows Android users watching more content than they did a year ago.
It also shows that Android’s usage isn’t as high as some have suggested, since the Journal notes that there are still about 14 million Android devices out there.