According to the State of the dApps service, 17.2% of the total number of decentralized applications did not show activity over the past year. They are assigned the status of “abandoned”.
December 2018 was a good month for the development of #dapps (decentralized applications). We received 179 new DApp submissions, an all time high! https://t.co/EF9GurjFBd (1/3) pic.twitter.com/M2Mb3R5wag
— State of the DApps (@StateOfTheDApps) January 4, 2019
On the service site, you can see that Ethereum has much more dApps on the platform than on EOS (2254 and 122, respectively). However, the number of active users of applications on EOS is three times more than on the time-tested Ethereum.