The top 10 hottest apps in the world for the first time on March 1.
Apple has confirmed to the New York Times that it is now the most popular smartphone platform, beating out Google’s Android.
Apple’s share of the Android market has increased to more than half of all smartphone sales, according to Statista, a global market research company.
This marks the first year Apple has topped the chart.
Google’s Android has seen its share of smartphone sales fall slightly since last year, but it remains the top smartphone platform worldwide.
Android is also the most widely used operating system for personal computers and tablets, according a Statista report released in February.
The top 10 smartphone platforms are:iPhone, iPad, iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, iPhone SE, iPhone X, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad Mini, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple CarPlay, Google Play Music, Google Drive, Xbox Music, Samsung Pay, Microsoft Wallet, Roku 3, Samsung Cloud Drive, Amazon Alexa, Amazon Echo Dot, Google Home, Google Now, Amazon Prime, Amazon Video, Spotify, Pandora, and Netflix.
Apple is not the only one that has gained ground over the past few years.
Amazon has risen from No. 19 in 2016 to No. 10 this year, according the New Business Report.
The company’s share has increased by more than 20 percent year-over-year.
Google also climbed in the rankings for the second consecutive year, taking the No. 2 spot from Samsung.
Apple’s Android now leads the list, ahead of Android-based competitors including Microsoft, Amazon and Samsung.
The New York Business Report said that the “top 10 hottest” apps, which are listed by total number of downloads, total number on Google Play Store and total number in App Store, were:Apple Music, Spotify: 8,848,936Google Play Music: 5,746,854Google Play: 4,828,878Amazon Music: 3,824,928Amazon Video: 2,942,908Google Home: 2