The desktop remained the most-used device for work.
Fully 43% of feature phone owners come from households with annual income levels of $20,000 or less.
40% of the mobile market hasn’t yet made the switch to smart phones.
Feature phones account for significantly less mobile gaming: Just 17.7% of all mobile phone gamers this year will have a feature phone.
Time spent with mobile has come to represent a little more than half of TV’s share of total media time, as well as nearly half of digital media time as a whole.
Twenty-seven percent of parents began to feel comfortable with the idea of their child having a feature phone when the son or daughter was between 10 and 12 years old.
The average 18-34-year-old college student owns 7 tech devices (6.9 to be precise), up from 6.4 last year.
Non-phone connected devices accounted for 25% of total platform impressions, up from 20% a year earlier.
Tablets accounted for just 7% of traffic on the Jumptap network in 2011, half the share accounted for by feature phones.
US advertisers will spend $2.2 billion on mobile display advertising in 2013 and diversify investments across a wider range of ad formats.