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Google Play Store top 2016 trends reveal Indians’ love for selfies and Salman Khan

BGR India Friday, 2 December 2016
Google has announced a report on the most globally popular apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and books on Google Play Store for 2016. The report also includes the statistics for the Indian audience as well. We have a list of the top trending apps, games, movies and books that caught the attention of the Indian audience. The top trending app in India in 2016 shows just how much selfies are popular in India. A photo editing app, called BeautyPlus Me – Perfect Camera, which on the Play Store has over five million downloads. Of course all these aren’t just by Indian users or done just in 2016, however, the numbers do reflect on the popularity of the app. The
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