While they may be the most popular, Angry Birds, Temple Run and Fruit Ninja have something else in common. According to Hooked, a game discovery engine for the Google Play Marketplace, they are also some of the most uninstalled gaming apps.
“The problem is not that there is anything wrong with these games, these are terrific games that people love,” said Prita Uppal, CEO of Hooked. ”It is really a matter of app discovery and consumers not being able to find the right app. App discovery needs to evolve to help drive more quality installs, so the right consumer is installing the right apps.”
Hooked has pulled this information from 20 million online and mobile users that use Google Play to download games over the past 60 days. Below is the list, with links to the games.
The Most Uninstalled Google Play Gaming Apps
2. Angry Birds
4. Temple Run
All of these apps are free and have been on Google Play’s Top Free Android Apps list that we track weekly.
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