Programmatic mobile app ad spend trends on a week-by-week basis in March 2020
iOS and Android ad spend comparisons
Fastest-rising apps based on ad spend (iOS and Android)
Apps that lost the most ad spend (iOS and Android)
Fastest-rising categories based on ad spend (iOS and Android)
Categories that lost the most ad spend (iOS and Android)
The most volatile app categories in March 2020 (iOS and Android)
"Despite the fact consumers are spending more time with media than ever before, our research reveals that advertising demand is not in lockstep with the influx of supply," said Jalal Nasir, CEO of Pixalate. "However, while overall mobile in-app ad spend fell last month, certain apps and app categories saw significant growth as advertisers altered their media plans."
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