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介绍 九月. 25, 2014 | Share

The State of the Mobile Industry

Mobile Category Share of Time Spent

comScore Chairman Emeritus and Co-Founder, Gian Fulgoni, was the keynote speaker at Heartland Mobile Council's #MOBIU2014 Week: Mobilize Your Mind summit, delivering an address on the state of the mobile industry. 阅读更多

博客 九月. 25, 2014 | Share

5 Questions & Answers Shedding Light on How Americans Use Mobile Apps

5 Questions and Answers Shedding Light on How Americans Use Mobile Apps

Mobile has fast emerged as the primary platform for media consumption. However, as advertisers try to figure out how to best use mobile advertising to effectively reach their target audiences there is some hesitation around allocating budgets for mobile ad campaigns. 阅读更多

Data Gem 九月. 15, 2014 | Share

25-34 Year-Olds are the Heaviest Mobile App Users in U.S.

Mobile App Hours Per User

The youngest users don’t always engage more on digital platforms. According to comScore Mobile Metrix data, those between the ages of 25-34 spend more time on mobile apps than any other age segment examined – slightly edging out the younger 18-24 year-old demographic. At 75 hours of mobile app usage per month, the 25-34 year-old age group topped... 阅读更多

Data Gem 九月. 3, 2014 | Share

Radio, Maps and Instant Messengers Achieve Greater Audience Reach on Apps than Desktop

Percent Audience Reach on Mobile App and Desktop

Consumers use different devices depending on the digital task they are trying to accomplish, the type of media content they seek to engage with and their physical location at the time of consumption. The categories that tend to skew higher on mobile apps tend to be those that digital consumers want to engage with on-the-go and at that very moment. 阅读更多

Data Gem 九月. 2, 2014 | Share

Over a Third of U.S. Smartphone Owners Download At Least One App Per Month

Smartphone Users Number of App Downloads Per Month

“There’s an app for that.” Yes, there probably is an app for just about any task a smartphone user hopes to complete, but our recent U.S. Mobile App Report shows that a staggering 42 percent of all app time spent on smartphones occurs on the individual’s single most used app. 阅读更多

Data Gem 八月. 28, 2014 | Share

Top 25 Mobile Apps Dominated By The Largest Digital Media Brands

Top 25 Mobile Apps by Unique Visitors

The ranking of top apps is dominated by app constellations of some of the largest digital media brands; specifically, Facebook, Google, Apple, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay. These six brands account for 9 of the top 10 most used apps, 16 of the top 25, and 24 of the top 50. 阅读更多

Data Gem 八月. 27, 2014 | Share

iOS App Users Skew Younger than Android Counterparts

Mobile Platform App Audience Breakouts by Age

iOS users skew younger than their Android counterparts across the smartphone and tablet segments. 43 percent of iPhone users are between the ages of 18-34 as compared to 39 percent of Android phone users. In addition, 57 percent of iPad users are under age 45 as compared to 53 percent of Android tablet users. 阅读更多

新闻发布 八月. 21, 2014 | Share

comScore’s U.S. Mobile App Report Available for Download

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a global leader in measuring the digital world, today published The U.S. Mobile App Report. The report, available to the public as a complimentary download, provides an in-depth analysis of the medium that is currently driving the majority of digital behavior in the U.S. As mobile apps continue to play a more significant... 阅读更多

介绍 八月. 21, 2014 | Share

The U.S. Mobile App Report

The US Mobile App Report

The days of desktop dominance are over. Mobile has swiftly risen to become the leading digital platform, with total activity on smartphones and tablets accounting for an astounding 60 percent of digital media time spent in the U.S. The fuel driving mobile’s relentless growth is primarily app usage, which alone makes up a majority of total digital... 阅读更多

Data Gem 八月. 14, 2014 | Share

iPhone Users Earn Higher Income, Engage More on Apps than Android Users

iPhone Users Earn Higher Income Engage More on Apps than Android Users

The median iPhone app user earns $85,000 per year, which is 40 percent more than the median Android phone user with an annual income of $61,000. On average, iPhone users engage with their smartphone apps for nine more hours in a given month than Android users. 阅读更多