US consumers spent an average 127 minutes on mobile apps per day. That’s up 35% from 94 minutes spent per day in December 2011.
In July 2012, Americans spent 32.7 billion more minutes accessing social media sites than in July 2011.
About 49% of sharing on 10-inch tablets was conducted via email, compared with 30% on mini tablets.
Retail and restaurant advertisers are driving users to websites and stores for purchases by incorporating store locator, site search, and map view.
Smart phones are most commonly used to find local stores, to check prices and for product research.
55% of US physicians used a mobile device for learning and 67% used one for encyclopedic knowledge.
Mobile users accounted for 24% of all new page likes in September. That represents a rapid jump from just 5% share 6 months earlier.