Google Play Top Charts in June 2019: Best Apps
Top apps on Google Play did not significantly change their positions in the June chart. But you may find summer newcomers in this Top 20. Our algorithm is unique and helps to provide you with only the most popular apps this June. The app rating is based on the number of searches, downloads from the official app store, and so on. The weather is great, and summer holidays are here, and, perhaps, it’s only obvious that social apps are in trend.
Mobiuspace Tech Top Player
|12||Google Play services|
|13||Share Music & Transfer Files – Xender|
Xender (HK) Limited
SHAREit Technologies Co.Ltd
|15||Personal stickers for WhatsApp|
Android Mobile Development Team
|20||Swiggy Food Order & Delivery|
YouTube is still on the first place in the charts. Its rating can be easily explained by the enormous popularity of the video-sharing service, which still offers unique options for users. This June, YouTube has been holding its first winning place for 4 months in a row. However, the May Top-5 titles have slightly changed their positions. For starters, while WhatsApp Messenger and Facebook Lite hold their second and third positions respectively, Chrome has jumped up from the 6th place to the 4th switching places with Messenger Lite. The 5th position still belongs to Facebook Messenger.
Let’s talk about newcomers. Please welcome Lark Player, music and video streaming app which you may have known already. Now it is on the 9th place, but with its support of all possible music and video formats, and additional free services, who knows how high it will be in our July top.
Share Music & Transfer Files from Xender allows its users to share their files offline. It seems like this option has been a top priority for Google Play users for the past month as the app has landed on the 13th place. Another sharing app SHAREit rose up to the position 14, jumping over 6 spots. This app appeared on the chart only last month. Sharing apps are definitely on-demand in June.
Two more video streaming services came into the chart: Video Player is on the 18th place, and Hotstar is on the 19th. This is a time for summer holidays, so why not watch your favorite shows?
June was not really kind to Messenger Lite that lost its 4th place, as well as to Facebook and Blocksite that have lost one position each. Google Play Services left Top-10 and appeared on the 12th place. There is still hope for WhatsApp Stickers that went one step down, but Swiggy Food Order & Delivery lost its 16th place and is now at the end of the chart. Who knows, maybe it is just summer heat that does not allow to use food delivery services as much as we used to, and the app still has a chance to regain its place in the sun. Perhaps, Swiggy fans are on vacation and don’t have to order food in their offices anymore.
In May, Google Chrome lost its high position in Top-5. Now it has victoriously jumped 2 spots up while other Google products are not in such an advantageous position. Google Photos has managed to keep the same place, but Google Play Services went 5 positions down. It is expected that Google Chrome rating will be growing with new ads block and new play/pause button to stop videos in tabs.
Super VPN is popular on the market these days. Its popularity continues to grow, and the shift from the 11th place to the 7th indicates that. It is not the first jump up for this app. In April it held the 12th place. The app protects your information and secures your identity on the web. So we believe it has a prosperous future. YouTube Go app allows you to download and keep your favorite videos and music even offline. Thanks to this feature, it has landed on the 16th place. The good old Telegram is back in business and appears on the 17th place of the Top-20 chart.
This month we say farewell to Download & Private Browser that was on the position 18 in May. The app was a newcomer and apparently did not manage to hold its place. Maybe we’ll see it next time. With the ads blocking “intervention” from Chrome, alternative browsers may win their popularity back again.
Instagram is out of June’s chart. It quickly loses its positions. In May it kept the 17th place, falling down from 15th in April. Its engagement rate in mid-April was 1.54 percent, and in May – 0.9 percent, which is 1.1 percent down. At the same time, the average level of Instagram interactions went down by 18 percent.
Spotify, which has been holding its position for the last two months, finally gave up and disappeared from the charts. We say “not today” to MyJio – Recharge & Bill Payment which was a newcomer in May’s chart and obtained the 12th position. In June, however, its popularity vanished.