Let’s get personal about our smartphones. We love them for business, and they’re a wonderful tool that makes every part of our lives easier. “Whether [you use your smartphone] as a second screen while viewing advertisements, settling a debate at a bar, looking for a specific address, whatever the place or time, your smartphone is the ultimate link to take immediate action in the digital space,” says Mike DiMarco, Director of Media, FiddleFly Inc. Here are 5 places you should always use your smartphone.
Remember a time when you could not go anywhere without your laptop? You used it for scheduling, taking notes, presentations, etc. These days, with smartphones and tablets, it’s almost as if a weight has been lifted off of you. Actually, it has.
Advertisers are spending 20.3 percent of their Facebook budgets on mobile ads, according to new data from Kenshoo Social. The company’s analysis of two million Facebook ad clicks and conversions also revealed that ad spends vary dramatically between Android and iOS devices.
The preliminary program for our Smartphone & Tablet Games Summit is announced. Join us in San Francisco on June 26th for panels, discussions, and networking with leaders in the mobile games space. Early registration pricing is $299 and effective through today, April 18th.
It seems as though lately every app that I test includes some form of social network integration. According to a Gigom article, which cites data from Localytics, more apps support sharing with Facebook than other social networks, but Twitter users more actively share by a factor of 3 to 1.
Earlier this year we wrote about how Android users are not buying apps. Earlier reports also stated that iPhone users buy more apps than Android users. Well, a Gigaom article suggests that those numbers are changing, but with a twist. According to the article, which cites data from Distimo, in-app purchases account for 72% of the revenue from the App Store, and a significant number of in-app purchases are being made with free apps.
Choosing either home broadband service or a mobile device, Hong Kong people 18 years or older devote more time than any other country watching videos, gaming, shopping and sharing online, according to the BlogHer 2011 Social Media Matters Study.
Do you think it’s safe to access sensitive date on your mobile phone? Perhaps you should think again.
Equipped with a stunning 360-degree stage that allowed for surround-sound and panoramic viewing, the concert put every attendee directly into the action. This unique concert experience was part of LG’s “Bring Your World Alive” campaign empowering users to experience the benefits of mobile 3D entertainment by creating content that is unique and personal.
Fandango must have seen the increase mobile sales coming because the company redesigned its mobile site in the spring of 2011, just ahead of the summer movie season. Designed specifically for consumers on the go, the mobile site allows filmgoers to browse through movies playing in their area, conduct a quick local search for movies that start within the hour by using the “Go Now” button and securely purchase tickets.