A new study shows a dramatic difference in the average price iPad users pay for apps versus Android device and iPhone users.
The average amount paid per iPhone download is 19 cents per app, while iPad users pay an average of 50 cents. Meanwhile, Android device users (smartphone and tablet users combined) spend a paltry 6 cents per download.
The new figures were reported in a blog post by mobile app analytics firm Flurry today based on data it collects from over 350,000 applications for iOS and Android.
App Store monetization will be one of the key issues discussed at the upcoming Tablet Ecosystem conference in New York on November 13.