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Data Gem Set. 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. Leia mais

Data Gem Ago. 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. Leia mais

Data Gem Ago. 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. Leia mais

Data Gem Ago. 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. Leia mais

Data Gem Jun. 12, 2014 | Share

Spain vs. The Netherlands: The Digital Football Match

Spain vs. The Netherlands: The Digital Football Match

The world's most popular sporting event started yesterday, bringing a whole variety of opportunities for brands and marketers, especially considering that the 2014 FIFA World Cup is the first in the social media and digital omnivore’s age. Leia mais

Data Gem Jun. 12, 2014 | Share

Two Out of Five Hispanic Millennials are Mobile-Only Internet Users

Mobile Only Percent Share of Digital Media Audiences

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 53.3 million people – nearly one in six U.S. residents – are Hispanic. By 2060, this demographic segment is expected to more than double and make up approximately one third of those living in the United States. Leia mais

Data Gem Abr. 11, 2014 | Share

Camera Content Drives Surge Among ‘Mobile-First’ Social Networks in the U.S.

Camera Content Drives Surge Among ‘Mobile-First’ Social Networks in the U.S.

Outside of the larger, established networks, some of the more talked about emerging networks have been Instagram, Snapchat and Vine. Not surprisingly, their highly visual and easily digestible content is immediately resonating with users and attracting new adherents. All are examples of ‘mobile-first’ social networks, for which cameras enable the... Leia mais

Data Gem Abr. 8, 2014 | Share

Digital Media Audiences Now Comprise a ‘Multi-Platform Majority’ in the U.S.

US Multi-Platform Audience by Segment

The most disruptive shift in the digital media marketplace has been the shift from desktop to mobile platforms. This is evidenced by the fact that smartphone technology was introduced several years ago, yet this device, now along with tablets, continues to drastically alter the dynamics of consumer behavior. In 2013 some of the most pronounced shifts... Leia mais

Data Gem Abr. 7, 2014 | Share

Users Engage with Major Social Networks Predominantly via Mobile

As desktop usage has largely remained flat over the past year for top web properties, mobile usage continues to surge. In fact, many of the major social networks are seeing far more traffic and time spent coming from mobile devices than from desktops, as the mobile/desktop divide continues to grow. Leia mais

Data Gem Abr. 4, 2014 | Share

Smartphone Market Led by Android in Software, iPhone in Hardware

The U.S. smartphone operating system market has solidified into a two-horse race between the Android and iOS platforms. The two platforms now combine for 93 percent of the smartphone market, with Android holding onto a majority share at 51 percent and Apple not far behind at 42 percent. Notably, Apple nearly halved the market share gap over the past... Leia mais