Apple has changed the variety of apps shown in the “Top Charts” area of the iOS App Store, states TechCrunch. Instead of presenting the top 300 apps in a given part, simply the leading 150 applications are shown on the Paid, Free, and Top Grossing graphes.
The adjustment was executed a number of days earlier and has actually mainly gone under the radar, but it does leave one-half as many apps offered for revelation by means of the Top Charts, a rather substantial adjustment.
Apple’s desktop iTunes App Store continues to show the leading 200 apps.
While it is vague why the iOS App Store is now showing fewer applications in its Top Charts, the change adheres to an earlier adjustment to the App Store rankings made to advertise better application discovery.
According to Appsfire Chief Executive Officer Ouriel Ohayon, the modification will not impact developers in as the bottom Leading Chart listings did not have a substantial influence on app downloads.