With the rise of smartphones, consumers are increasingly hungry for data-intensive apps and services. How powerful is this shift, and how will mobile providers cope with these new devices and usage habits? Vistapointe Inc has created this infographic to highlight some of the alarming trends in mobile data and put them into perspective. Sometimes, large numbers are best expressed visually to provide a sense of scale.
Android has been growing at a rapid pace, and 2012 was one of their best years. Over 93 million phones used Android as of last year. Check out the infographic below presented by Startapp to learn more about Android’s success in 2012.
Americans love connectivity. Even when traveling, we’re less inclined to set aside our laptops, tablets and other devices. As a result, free mobile WiFi access is becoming one of the most sought-after amenities on buses, trains and airplanes as well as at hotels and campgrounds. This infographic from SinglePoint shows how our need for connectivity is affecting the way we travel.
The mobile wars are heating up again with Google and Apple going head to head in what many believe to be one of the most important technology battles yet: Apple’s Siri vs. Google Voice Search. Think you know everything about this battling duo? Check out this infographic from IntelliResponse Systems to find out how it all began, the incredible amount of money spent on mobile patents, and some of the key differences in their approach to delivering mobile solutions.
How do you reach a target audience that’s always on the go and ready to act? With mobile advertising of course. Even though smartphones have been around for a few years, brands are still having trouble catching up with how fast mobile search and commerce is growing.
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 first permanent photograph was taken in 1826 and required eight hours of exposure. Since then photography has become second nature to most of us. We all seem to be photographers with our smartphones and photo filtering apps. This infographic presented by Overgram highlights how photography has progressed over the years.
We all know how crazy shopping malls can get around the Holiday season, that is why many people are opting to shop online rather than in stores. This infographic presented by Retail Customer Experience highlights online and mobile Holiday shopping trends for 2012.
Mobile is here to stay and no one can deny that fact. Just pay attention to the latest technology news. Most of the time you find stuff about the new iPad Mini or the release of the new Google Nexus 4. Mobile related news easily outnumber the ones about laptops. In the following infographic by TrendBlog.net see mobile consumers behavior & tends.
Despite a growing wave of smartphone and tablet usage on corporate networks, most organizations are not prepared to meet the performance expectations associated with BYOD. This infographic shows the heated needs, concerns and expectations of Business IT and end users in this growing phenomenon of mobile devices in the workplace based on survey data.
Mobile phones, tablets and wireless data cards are almost ubiquitous parts of a modern company’s work arsenal. Many companies though aren’t paying close attention to how their employees are using their company-issued devices, data and minutes. The following infographic looks into some of the dirty little secrets of Enterprise Mobility Management.
Everyone has heard the dreaded word, ‘overages’. If you aren’t careful with your data usage you may get a surprise in the mail at the end of the month. A contributing factor to this, aside from just not watching how much data you’re using, is understanding the concept of a gigabyte (GB).
Over the years, mobile usage has constantly increased. The increase in mobile usage has also led to an increase in mobile searches. Desktop search user behavior is used more in the morning but as people get off work they start to use their mobile devices more. Mobile users are searching topics including: celebrities, fast food, games, and more. Usually if you are out and about and need to know something quick, you just take out your phone and within minutes you have the latest information at your fingertips.
Businesses are always looking for new ways to become more efficient. Smart phones started the mobility wave and now tablets are keeping it going. Tablets are growing in popularity among businesses, especially large ones. Take a look at this infographic presented by Click Software that illustrates how tablets and app development is blowing up the mobile market.