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… Google released the results of a recent survey of smartphone users in the U.S., which revealed how users discover and engage with mobile applications. For this survey, Google partnered with Ipsos to survey 999 smartphone users in the U.S. aged 16 through 64 during October. On the topic of discovering mobile apps, the survey showed…
… on average per month. The infographic included data from nine countries, and Cheetah Ad Platform found that Brazil has the highest overall user engagement and app competition, with the average user using an average of 29.3 apps per month and using apps an average of 53.6 times per month. Overall, the infographic showed that Brazil, Mexico and the U.S…
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New data has revealed users did more than watch TV during Super Bowl 50, as the ‘second screen’ trend saw users interact with a variety of apps on their mobile device during the game. Specifically, Localytics, an analytics and marketing platform for mobile and Web apps, found social networking, music and entertainment apps were the most popular app categories during Super Bowl 50.