Tablets

  • Keeping your kids safe on their new devices

    … Keeping your kids safe on their new devices With Christmas fast approaching many children will be receiving new devices this year, whether they’re tablets or smart phones. With these new toys come new responsibilities, not only for the children but for parents as well. In the age we live in you can’t just hand your children one of these devices…

    Greg's Corner- 17 readers -
  • Mobile Shopping Is on the Rise, But Security Is at Risk (Infographic)

    … experience. More than 70 percent of Android users surveyed said they planned to make a purchase from a mobile device this holiday season. What’s more, survey participants reported using mobile for purchases more than any other method or device: 40 percent shop online through mobile and 36 percent shop online with tablets and laptops, while less than 20…

    Inside Facebook- 24 readers -
  • Mobile Game Roundup: Guardian Codex

    … in special events with up to three other players. Space Food Truck ($9.99 on iPad, Android tablets) – This cooking-themed card game from One Man Left challenges one to four players to travel through a procedurally generated galaxy and complete recipe objectives before their food truck meets a “cruel fate.” In each game, players can take on four different…

    AllFacebook- 24 readers -
  • For TV Advertisers: TV + Social Is What’s Next

    … advertising. Here’s how: Coordinate your paid social buy to coincide with the flighting of your commercials: Cadbury saw a fourfold lift in purchase intent when running ads across both TV and social, and Coca-Cola saw a 3.6 times higher return on investment when running ads on TV and social compared to when they ran on TV alone. Leverage 4C’s TV…

    Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 32 readers -
  • Why Do Mobile Conversion Rates Still Stink?

    … of all purchases are completed on a desktop or laptop computer. Tablets account for 17 percent and smartphones grab 23 percent. When people start browsing on a smartphone, only about 64 percent of the resulting purchases are completed on a smartphone. Conversion rates in general are up across all devices, at about 2.3 percent for desktops and tablets…

    Inside Facebookin Google- 26 readers -
  • Instagram Now Available for Windows 10 Tablets

    … Featured Jobs Social Media Manager Cahn Communications Hoboken, New Jersey Sports Social Media Strategist Mars Reel Media Corp Los Angeles County, California Aerial ENG Photographer/Reporter Welk Aviation Boston Massachusetts Production Assistant/Executive Assistant Intrigue.TV Hartford, Connecticut (US) Sales Account Executive - Phoenix…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 10 readers -
  • Adobe: Mobile Accounts for 52% of Digital Travel-Related Browsing

    … with what they need, at the exact moment of need. It will help brands win on mobile. Imagine an experience where your airline knows that you’ve arrived at the gate and can notify you instantly about the upgrade list via a push notification on your smartphone. As simple a use case as this is, it’s a view into what’s possible. Readers: Do you browse travel-related content on your smartphone or tablet? …

    AllTwitter- 22 readers -
  • Online Retailers: Go Where the Customers Are (Report)

    … and platforms, marketers also direct need to put more efforts into creating an integrated omni-channel experience. Indeed, 62 percent of consumers use smartphones to assist in-person shopping by comparing prices, searching for deals and seeking out product reviews. While stores may be providing applications for this purpose, 64 percent of consumers prefer…

    AllFacebook- 17 readers -
  • How Facebook Sees How Thousands of Devices React to Code Changes

    … Why is there a wall featuring thousands of mobile devices, older and newer, in Facebook’s data center in Prineville, Ore.? It’s not there for decoration. Facebook production engineer Antoine Reversat described how Facebook examines the impact of code changes on thousands of devices in a blog post. Reversat wrote: Initially, engineers tested…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 22 readers -
  • Facebook IQ: 47% of Smartphone Gamers are Women (Infographic)

    … by computers at 64 percent, tablets at 34 percent and video game consoles at 26 percent. Elsewhere, the survey showed, on average across the 12 countries, 47 percent of all smartphone players are women, while 53 percent are men. The survey analyzed the habits of mobile game spenders (users who play games on mobile and pay for games on at least…

    AllTwitter- 25 readers -
  • Snapchat Wins Olympic Gold Among Younger Millennials (Study)

    … as females to watch on computers, tablets and smartphones. Gymnastics was the most popular event, at 78 percent, followed by swimming (68 percent) and diving (54 percent). Crowdtap vice president of platform growth and creator partnerships Claudia Page said in a release introducing the study: The evolution of media consumption habits has had…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 16 readers -
  • Fluent: One-Half of Mobile Users Have Never Paid for a Gaming App

    …., they only pay when a consumer who sees their ad actually downloads their app(s)). The most interesting finding, to me at least, has been how mainstream mobile gaming has become, with nearly one-half of all consumers saying they play games on their smartphones or tablets on a daily basis. It is also incredible to see that smartphones are far and away…

    AllFacebook- 7 readers -
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