Tag: mobile devices
This infographic from Readz provides an overview of some key numbers in the mobile (digital) publishing landscape. You will find stats on the growing ownership of devices, where reading scores appear in comparison to other favorite activities on devices, when people like to read and on which particular device as well as other such relevant information.
It’s billed as the battle of the century, at least as far as app developers are concerned; which has better ROI, Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android? Consumers are split: Apple have the single largest market share, Google have numerous manufacturers on their side; iOS dominates North America, Android wins out in Europe. Learn more about this battle between iOS and Android in the following infographic by Webdesigner Depot.
As more mobile devices are introduced into the marketplace, the number of screen sizes we need to consider when designing email is exploding. This superabundance of screen sizes directly impacts the design and planning process—affecting how you determine breakpoints in media queries, lay out your design and use responsive design techniques.
These days, children are getting their hands on mobile devices at a younger age every day. According to a new study, kids are ditching their nondigital toys by age three and turning their attention to smartphones and tablets. In fact, data shows that five-year-olds are using computers on a routine basis, and grade schoolers are getting mobile phones earlier each year, as well as joining multiple social networks. So, when is the right age to introduce children to technology?
This infographic helps businesses create a Bring Your Own Device policy. Rather than reading boring white papers, Symantec has provided something that is understandable to all.
Mobile devices are revolutionizing search behavior! In fact, did you know that 40% of television viewers use their mobile device to conduct online searches while watching TV (I’m one of them)? This and more interesting facts compiled by iAcquire and SurveyMonkey in the following infographic.
Hosting a party takes a lot of organization and the right amount of precaution. Throwing a free-for-all party with little preparation and no rules leaves valuables and property at risk. Allowing BYOD in the workplace follows the same formula. Check out this fun new BYOD Party infographic by Fixmo and learn how you can keep it under control.
As mobile devices march toward ubiquity, they’re finding their way into the hands of our earliest learners. Just as parents and educators questioned the quality of children’s television content in its early days, so are they beginning to ask questions about the quality of mobile device content aimed at children. This infographic by emeeyou presents a case for evidence-based mobile app education during early childhood.
Low battery life means you have less time to make the most of everything your mobile device can offer. So what are manufacturers doing about it? Recent advancements in mobile memory are paving the way for longer battery life in smartphones and tablets. The following infographic from Voices@SamsungSemiconductor shows how companies are working to resolve battery challenges in mobile devices.
Do you remember the days you sent a 160-character SMS and played Snake? Well, we’ve certainly come a long way since then. This infographic reveals how much mobile broadband has grown. Discover the humble beginnings of mobile usage from budding 1G technology in the 80s all the way up to the super-awesome 4G broadband providers like vividwireless offer today.
According to MobiThinking®, at the end of 2011, there were 6 billion mobile subscribers worldwide. That’s 87% of the world’s population! It’s been estimated that by the end of 2016, there will be 8 billion mobile subscribers. That means there is a mobile phone or device for nearly every person on the planet, accessing the Internet.
The following Infographic by Go Globe provides detailed insight into current mobile web traffic statistics. Some interesting facts are – 46% of US population own Smartphone of some kind, nearly 7% of US digital traffic connects from non-computer devices, and Non-Computer Traffic Share by Devices US M-commerce sales accounts for 3% ecommerce sales in 2012 and will reach7% by 2016.
According to stats from PC Housing, smartphones and tablets are slowly placing themselves in between water and food as top necessities for business travelers. It makes sense. Being on the road is simply made easier and more manageable by these tools that allow us to stay connected but are these mobile devices taking up too much of our time?
This infographic, published by [x]cube Labs, makes readers to understand about the concepts like device ownership among employees, types of mobile employee, employee mobile preferences and work without a smartphone for a week. The in-depth analysis with exact figures will enthrall you.