Statistics from the app analysis company AppFigures found that 10,000 apps have supported the iOS 14.5 App tracking transparency function. However, in terms of category analysis, games accounted for the most, with a proportion of more than 20%. The second highest is the tool category, but only 6%.
AppFigures believes that slightly more than half of the users who will reject App tracking will be hit by advertising companies that rely on user data.
I believe that as each application needs to be updated, more and more apps will provide support. Because the update must meet the App Store listing requirements, support the App Tracking Transparency Function, otherwise there will be a risk of delisting.