How many are using the browser on their phones compared to downloaded apps? comScore is probably the most reliable source for this kind of numbers through their Mobile Subscriber Market Share reports. Mobile Content Usage3 Month Avg. Ending Nov. 2010 vs. 3 Month Avg. Ending Aug. 2010Total U.S. Mobile Subscribers Ages 13+Source: comScore MobiLens Share (%) […]
Love infographics! Especially whey carrying good news: TNW_The_Great_Rise_of_the_Mobile_Web.jpg (900×1924).
I love predictions, sum-ups and infographics. This video from @mobilefuture is great! Source
The global handset market in the third quarter of 2010 Read more: The global handset market in the third quarter of 2010 – FierceWireless
If NYT iPhone app had 3 million downloads, and only 1% of these users stay, the app has only 30k regular users…. THAT is not much! Anyone know of more up to date stats on iPhone app usage?
In the 3 month average ending in February, 234 million Americans age 13 and older were mobile subscribers, with device manufacturer Motorola ranking as the top OEM at a 22.3 percent share of U.S. mobile subscribers. LG ranked second with 21.7 percent share, followed by Samsung (21.4 percent share), Nokia (8.7 percent share) and RIM […]
Another great visual presentation of mobile numbers. How are Mobile Phones Changing Social Media? / Flowtown (@flowtown).
Tweeted this before, but it is so interesting that I have to make a note of it here. According to EIAA browsing the mobile web is more popular than reading newspapers or magazines. MobiAD » Mobile Advertising News » Mobile Web More Popular Than Reading.