South Korean smartphone users spend an average 43 minutes per day in playing mobile games, a survey showed on Tuesday. According to the survey of 23,626 smartphone users, conducted by WiseApp, an app analytics company, the respondents spend an average 43 minutes per day, or 4 minutes and 28 second per session in a day.
The most popular game app was “Everybody’s Marble” run by KaKaoTalk, the nation’s biggest mobile messenger app, the survey showed. “Minecraft” and “Come and Play for Myhome for KaKao” came second and third, respectively, according to the survey.
The number of South Koreans who have downloaded the popular “Pokemon Go” augmented reality game was estimated at about 1.09 million in August, down about 500,000 users from a month earlier. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 0.64 percentage point.
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Kakao KakaoTalk remained atop the most popular apps used in Korea and “Kakao Story”, where users can share photos and updates ranked seventh.