Top 10 U.S. subscription video apps pulled in $1.3B last year, a 62% increase from 2017

Top 10 U.S. subscription video apps pulled in $1.3B last year, a 62% increase from 2017

11 Replies to “Top 10 U.S. subscription video apps pulled in $1.3B last year, a 62% increase from 2017”

  1. Can’t be right. Netflix alone is worth $150 billion?

    Shome mishtake shurely?

    Edit this article is just talking Exclusivelyabout iOS. Obviously they get less than peanuts through the App Store.

  2. theyll start fleecing us all eventually, just like with cable. Theyll do it with subscription prices and raising internet prices, since most companies practically have a monopoly. yayyyyyy freedom. all that choice in the ISP market lemme tell ya.

  3. Hearing that and noticing what feels like a decreased value for me has me convinced that I should cancel, or at least rotate my subscriptions.

  4. Yeah., YouTube TV is excellent. I’ll renew it probably 6-8 moths at all at first time. I hope it sets the standards. Best live/video, stream DVR I’ve come across thusfare.

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