Grindr most popular app at Cannes Lions 2013

Grindr, the gay dating app, was the most-used app across three locations at this year's Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.

Grindr: most-used app at this year's Cannes Lions
Grindr: most-used app at this year's Cannes Lions

The app was the most-used app from mobile devices in the Gutter Bar and whole conference area, according to analysis of web traffic by BlisMedia.

The app was also the most-used at Campaign's Beach Party on Wednesday 19 June.

Dating apps in the top ten accounted for 14,473 impressions at the event between 16 and 20 June, while gaming apps racked up around 2,369, according to the analysis.

Radio apps and music app Shazam were also featured prominently in the top ten listings, while an alarm clock app, Alarm Clock+, gained its only top-ten ranking (sixth most-used) in The Gutter Bar.

To view the impression stats from each location, click the links below.

Campaign Beach party Gutter Bar Whole conference area

Campaign Beach party
1 Grindr iOS 253
2 SCRUFF 92
3 Solitaire 92
4 Shazam 27
5 Windfinder 21
6 Gravity Guy 12
7 La Place Media 12
8 Angry Piggy 10
9 Coin Dozer: Seasons 10
10 Apalabrados Android 6
Whole conference area
1 Grindr iOS 12117
2 La Place Media 3870
3 Shazam 3051
4 TuneIn Radio 2428
5 SCRUFF 1890
6 Instantane 1509
7 Spite And Malice 893
8 Draw Something 766
9 Zynga 580
Gutter Bar
1 Grindr iOS 60
2 Skout iOS 50
3 SCRUFF 11
4 iMailG 10
5 Apalabrados Android 9
6 Alarm Clock+ 7
7 Download music 5
8 TuneIn Radio (Android) 5
9 Shazam 2
10 AroundMe 1
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