Google Pay shoots to the highest point of Apple’s App Store by providing clients $21
Google’s digital wallet application is abruptly excessively well known, most likely on the grounds that the organization is parting with cash.
At a certain point on Wednesday, Google Pay was the most downloaded application on Apple’s App Store, above TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram, as indicated by application analytics firm Sensor Tower. This is the first time Google Pay has arrived at the main spot dependent on Sensor Tower’s tracking.
On Nov. 17, Sensor Tower announced 200 installs. The next day, Google Pay got a significant update, new logo, and features like cashback rewards and group payments. It became 50 times more popular with 10,000 installs on Nov. 18 alone.
Since the large update, Google Pay arrived at 316,000 downloads on the App Store, contrasted with 8,000 in a similar time-frame a year ago.
While the upgrade helped, the application arrived at new heights when it raised its referral rates this week.
As 9to5 Google detailed Wednesday, Google Pay currently gives clients $21 for signing up a new client who goes through more than $10 with the application. The new client likewise gets $21.
The payout to the two clients was already $5. You can refer up to three individuals — at least until Dec. 31, when the deal closes.
Google Pay was installed from the App Store 410,000 times in 2020, as per Sensor Tower. A year ago, that number was just 82,000.