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SHAREit ranks top 5 global media sources driving non-gaming platform

Global technology firm, SHAREit Group, has announced that its digital content sharing and streaming app SHAREit, has been ranked number four media source globally in volume and power rankings in non-gaming categories and number seven in all categories on the In-App purchases (IAP) index, marking another growth milestone. 

It also ranked eighth on the global retention index across all categories for driving huge volumes. 

Besides these, SHAREit Group also jumped to higher rankings in gaming categories on the Retention and In-App purchases index globally.

The rankings are provided by AppsFlyer, a marketing measurement and experience platform, which released the 14th edition of their performance index, featuring the top media sources in mobile advertising. 

The company has also developed a lighter version, SHAREit Lite, a peer to peer file transfer mobile app, allowing users to share files, pictures, music, and more, with other devices without using an active Internet or Bluetooth connection.

Being one of the first app channel partners of Google Play, it also ensures secure application transfers with Peer-to-Peer Offline App Sharing.

SHAREit is supporting the growth of leading companies – big enterprises to startups – from gaming, fintech, e-commerce and other industries across the globe. It seeks to drive digital and financial inclusion in the emerging markets like Africa and Southeast Asia by breaking down the barriers and providing access to the underserved. 

Partner and Global Vice-President at SHAREit Group, Karam Malhotra, said “Mobile gaming and digital payments are two key trends to watch in the emerging markets around the globe and we are excited to propel these even further. Consumers spend in gaming apps surged 16 per cent in 2021 to reach a staggering $116 billion worldwide. 

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“Smartphones are driving a global fintech boom with geographies like Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia seeing the rise of neobanks, consumer lending firms, and payments companies. 

“Given the massive potential, we are working extensively with gaming apps and financial institutions to help them tap into the digital natives in the emerging markets.

“As a leading media publisher driving in app purchases for gaming and fintech brands in the world, we are focused on growing the ecosystem and fueling the transformation of digital habits and lifestyle.”


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