Google apps take top two slots on Apple's App Store -- but loses to Facebook at home

Google apps take top two slots on Apple's App Store -- but loses to Facebook at home

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New The two most popular non-game apps downloaded from Apple’s iOS App Store so far this year were both Google ones: YouTube and Google Maps, according to data from App Annie (via The Next Web). Google Maps was originally installed as standard on iPhones and iPads until Apple struck out on its own...
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