The number of downloads on Google Play was ten per cent higher than on iOS during the last quarter, according to research.
Stats from analytics firm App Annie claimed that India, Russia and Brazil were helping drive increased downloads on Android devices.
Despite getting more downloads however, the iOS App Store was generating over twice as much revenue as its Google Play counterpart.
Games were said to dominate revenue share for both app stores, representing 75 per cent of revenue on iOS, and 80 per cent on Google Play.
The UK, along with the USA and Japan, were ranked as the top countries by revenue on iOS during Q2 2013.
Japan, South Korea and the USA meanwhile drove revenue on Google Play, accounting for 70 per cent of total spend. The UK ranked fifth behind Germany.