comScore Mobile Metrix data shows that for the 3-month period ending in May 2012, use of downloaded apps proved to have a slightly larger mobile subscriber audience than browser use (51.1% vs. 49.8%).
The mobile phone is helping lift the living standard of India’s masses but most mobile activities are still limited to texting and calling.
Overall, the top 50 apps ate up 58% of US users’ app time, Nielsen determined.
According to Nielsen, US Android and iOS app users spent 101 billion minutes per month with their apps in March 2012, more than double the amount from a year earlier.
DOMO created this infographic to illustrate how much data is created every minute.
Rate this post via emarketer.com Consumers are taking to the use of location-based services on mobile devices because of the convenience such services offer. A March 2012 poll of US mobile app users by global security association ISACA found that 58% of those who had smart devices had used location-based apps, compared with only 15% […]