What’s new in real estate app sales?
The app store is still very small, with only 6 million downloads so far this year, according to app analytics firm App Annie.
That’s just shy of the 11 million apps that were downloaded on Apple’s App Store in the same period.
But the growth is clear: Real estate app downloads have increased by more than 200 percent, to 1.7 million from 1.4 million in the second quarter.
The growth was driven by growth in real-estate related applications such as real-time pricing and live search.
A big reason is that developers are now building apps for the new real estate apps: The growth in app downloads has coincided with the emergence of a huge number of mobile-first apps, such as the real-live app Realize, that allow users to find their home quickly and conveniently.
Those apps also provide a way to find homes that have not been searched for, such the popular home-sharing app Airbnb.
App Annie’s data suggests that apps have grown in popularity by a factor of 10 since 2015.
In fact, the growth of app downloads is more than double that of the number of homes being searched in the U.S. market.
That is, the number searched for is up by about a quarter.
App stores can be a big draw for developers.
Many developers are eager to get new users into their apps and to attract new users who will buy more apps, even if they don’t end up using them.
Developers also want to get paid, so they want to keep their apps as relevant as possible.
In addition, the app market is changing rapidly.
Apple is gradually shrinking the size of its app store, and the new app wars that have erupted are likely to lead to more fragmentation.
That means that developers who have built apps for mobile-only platforms are not always likely to have the resources to develop apps for desktop platforms.
This is also likely to mean that developers won’t be able to afford to add new features and services that would drive sales.
A number of companies, such Google and Facebook, have been building mobile apps to help developers create a more compelling app experience.
The apps are available for free to users of the Android and iOS operating systems.
Those users have been using them as their primary platforms for years.
But now that the mobile platforms are expanding, the demand for these apps will grow as more people move to the new platforms.
In some cases, that means that those developers will have to cut the number or size of their apps.
But this trend also suggests that developers have a lot to learn from Apple, Google and others.
They need to invest in new features, as well as new services that make it easier for users to search for homes.