Global Mobile Trends [Infographic]

This Friday’s ‘Fographic is courtesy of CultureLabel.com, covering how the world uses mobile. The stat that intrigues me the most is the forecast that mobile web use will overtake desktop in 3 years!


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7 Responses to “Global Mobile Trends [Infographic]”

  1. Paul says:

    Cheers for referencing our Infographic, much appreciated!

  2. Katie says:

    Beautiful infographic! Found a lot of the same ideas in this infographic about mobile data growth: http://www.mobilefuture.org/content/pages/mobile_data_growth_and_what_it_means_for_you

  3. Paul says:

    Fab infographic too Katie! Perhaps keep an eye on our Remix blog – we’ll be discussing mobile more & more over the coming few months: http://www.culturelabel.com/blog/category/remix/

  4. We have noticed and increase in “add to Cart” conversion from iPad, now is the double of non mobile users.

  5. Mark Azo says:

    This is really encouraging – thanks for sharing. Our strategy with our 3D product viewer for e-commerce is mobile all the way.. though too much fragmentation with the devices and platforms as some of your older posts talked about. It’s not easy.

  6. What an amazing infographic! It’s unbelievable how quickly trends are changing. Reading this made me think about how quickly technology is transforming. While it seems that mobile technology is quickly taking over, all it takes is the next generation of tech to be commercially practical and then the mobile industry might fall through the cracks. What sort of up-and-coming technology is being developed that you think might sway the tides of consumerism?

  7. Paul says:

    Hi Daniel, mobile tech really is packing a punch into consumerism – I for one believe mobile is key to consumerism in the years to come. AR (augmented reality) via mobile technologies is fascinating from a consumer perspective. Check out this piece I wrote: http://goo.gl/Ny1sZ

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