Most Played Smartphone Games

Who has played the most smartphone games? How did they play them? Did they enjoy playing them? What was their favorite game?

From Angry Birds to Candy Crush Soda Saga, the number of apps and games downloaded from the App Store and Google Play store has grown exponentially over the last few years. And even though these games vary greatly in terms of quality, mobile casino games truly stand out among the crowd.

Here are some statistics to show you the most played smartphone games.

Most Played Smartphone Games

1. Candy Crush Soda Saga – $80 million revenue a year

That’s how much money Zynga rakes in just by allowing players to tap on their smartphones all day long! The game is so popular that it had more than 100 million monthly active users as of June 2015.

2. Temple Run 2 – $50 million per year

Like Candy Crush, this runner game also takes up a lot of our time with its cute characters and fun gameplay. It’s one of casino south Africa games we can never get enough of.

3. Pokemon Go – $30 million in annual revenue

Players go outside looking for pocket monsters using GPS technology. This game was first released back in 2016 but recently saw an enormous spike in downloads after getting added to Apple stores and Google Play.

4. Clash of Clans – $25 million a year

This strategy game is probably the best example of why mobile gaming is growing faster than ever. Players build structures, attack enemy camps, and lead troops in battle.

5. Grand Theft Auto 5 – $18 million in annual revenue

GTA has been known to be a console exclusive title since its launch, but it still sells well on android devices. Like many other top-selling titles, GTA5 has no IAPs or microtransactions.

6. Words With Friends – $15 million in annual revenue

You know what else makes this word game awesome? Playing against your friends sitting next to you at work or school. Although yes there is a slight issue when they keep cheating 🙂

7. Minecraft Pocket Edition – $12 million a year

Minecraft is another great app that allows us to create our own worlds. We love being able to explore every nook and cranny right on our phones without having to put down our tablets or computers.

Christopher Stern

Christopher Stern is a Washington-based reporter. Chris spent many years covering tech policy as a business reporter for renowned publications. He has extensive experience covering Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Federal Trade Commissions. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. Email:[email protected]

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