The use of cell phones and social media has increased incredibly during the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the world has shifted to digital technology, the competition among the applications has raised. From social media applications to online video streaming platforms, massive traffic has been recorded during the entire pandemic. People are finding ways to keep themselves busy and entertained in this tough time as mental health and peace of mind comes over everything.
According to the revenue list of applications in November 2020 shared by Sensor Tower, TikTok rests at the first rank as the non-gaming app with the highest-grossing rate. The company is recorded to have over $123 million user spending for more than a month. TikTok’s revenue increased 3.7 times more than that of November 2019. The majority of TikTok’s revenue is recorded from Douyin in China, whereas 8% of revenue comes from the United States and 2% from Turkey.
TikTok is followed by YouTube as a non-gaming grossing app in November 2020, and the revenue of the company reached $88 million, which is 59% more as compared to the revenue in November 2019. Most of the YouTube revenue comes from the United States, which is 53% and 11% from Japan.
The list attached below is revealed by Sensor Tower and shows the top 10 non-gaming applications with the highest revenues.