Lyft and Uber are at all-time low ranks in the App Store. Ride-sharing apps in China dropped 200 million sessions a month. But grocery delivery app Instacart is seeing record downloads, as is Walmart Grocery.
Coronavirus giveth, and coronavirus taketh away.
As we get more and more mobile-centric, the app economy increasingly mirrors the actual economy. And what we see in mobile provides big clues to what’s growing and what’s shrinking in our new COVID-19 reality.
Remember how Uber was the top app in travel for 2019, and Lyft was top-10?
Not any more.