September 14, 2010

One-third cell phone users have apps, but few using them: Pew, Nielsen surveys

Internet Access.jpeg According to The Wasington Post, thirty-five percent of adult cellphone users have apps to book a table at a restaurant, check in with friends on Facebook and find their way through GPS maps.

quotemarksright.jpg But only one-quarter of those cellphone owners are using those apps. Taking pictures and text messaging remain the most popular things to do with wireless gadgets, according to two surveys released Tuesday. quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article and Pew Internet Report: The Rise of Apps Culture.

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