Apple has highlighted how the App Store now accepts over 330,000 jobs in the UK, with developers in the country generating total revenue of over £ 3.6 billion since the store’s launch.
In the a post sent to his editorial office On Monday, Apple announced that, despite the high economic challenges of the pandemic, the economy of iOS applications has been resilient and has achieved economic growth in these uncertain times, creating 10% more jobs for developers in the UK in the last year.
“Growth in the UK has been driven by the innovation and innovative success of UK developers, whose app users have relied on learning, training, health tracking or finding ways to stay connected and entertained,” he said. said Apple.
The App Store has become a powerful engine of growth in the UK and around the world since Apple launched it in 2008. As entrepreneurs have moved their online businesses and developed developers based on their successes, users have discovered new applications to help them adapt to the virtual world. – UK developers have so far generated over £ 3.6 billion in total earnings – up 22% in 2020 from the previous year.
“In a year like no other, the UK has remained a vibrant and innovative hub for entrepreneurs and application developers,” said Christopher Moser, senior director of the App Store. “There are more people in the UK than ever working as part of the iOS ecosystem, creating interesting applications that people around the world enjoy.”