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People really don’t care about Periscope (or Meerkat for that matter)

11/05/2015

If you look at the top 10 apps on iOS in the US, you won’t see Periscope. Scan through the top 100 apps on iOS and you still won’t (...)
If you look at the top 10 apps on iOS in the US, you won’t see Periscope. Scan through the top 100 apps on iOS and you still won’t find it. You need to dive down to number 162 before the heavily hyped live streaming app pops into view. Its rival, Meerkat, isn’t even in the top 500 and though it beat Periscope to Android, it’s still not in the top 500 apps on the Google Play store either. Looking at the data from social media search engine Topsy reveals that both apps have seen a significant decline in mentions since a spike… This story continues at The Next Web If you look at the top 10 apps on iOS in the US, you won’t see Periscope. Scan through the top 100 apps on iOS and you still won’t find it. You need to dive down to number 162 before the heavily hyped live streaming app pops into view. Its rival, Meerkat, isn’t even in the top 500 and though it beat Periscope to Android, it’s still not in the top 500 apps on the Google Play store either. Looking at the data from social media search engine Topsy reveals that both apps have seen a significant decline in mentions since a spike… This story continues at The Next Web
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