Protesters just made a police scanner the most popular paid iOS app in the country.
Apple's App Store has seen considerable growth as a result of shelter-in-place around the world. So much so, it's caught analysts by surprise.
This week we're taking a look at how the civil unrest and George Floyd protests played out across the app stores. The events led some apps to surge, and even break records.
Been on the App Store over the past few days? You might have noticed a curious new free iPhone app in the number one spot called Zynn. As it turns out it’s a TikTok clone that’s going after users of the popular app in the US. So how did it just beat out the massively popular TikTok in the App Store charts? A pyramid scheme that pays people to use it and refer friends