In every continent except Oceania, Android accounts for a greater share of smartphone web traffic than iOS.
Nearly 10 years after the failed Google Glass launch, Facebook and other device makers are trying, once again, to make smart glasses mainstream.
Today’s smartphone users can choose from millions of mobile applications. But with so many apps available, user acquisition can be challenging for app developers, and analytics-based engagement and retention strategies are critical.
The Epic v. Apple ruling dings both companies, and the fight isn’t over: Apple has to loosen payment restrictions while Epic has to pay a fine, but Fortnite won’t return to the App Store yet.
In North America, TV is the dominant screen for viewing OTT video content, accounting for 82% of time spent on the activity in Q2 2021.
Mobile messaging app adoption accelerated in 2020, particularly in the early months of the pandemic, as housebound consumers sought out ways to stay connected with friends and family.
Around the world, mobile is the No. 1 device for watching YouTube, capturing 63% of the platform’s video views in Q2 2021.
On today's episode, we discuss the likelihood of an attention recession, if Peloton's troubles are temporary, what shoppers think of SMS marketing, Amazon's podcast moves, TikTok for small businesses, the best work-from-home perks a company can offer, how the weather can make you friendlier, and more. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer director of reports editing Rahul Chadha, analyst Blake Droesch, and principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Paul Verna.
On today's episode, we discuss what exactly happened to the amount of time people spent on mobile over the last few years, what will happen to it going forward, whether the calming of the pandemic has a direct correlation with reduced mobile screen time, and which mobile activities folks will keep doing into the future. We then talk about why Apple's not slowing down, a bill that aims to impose new rules on app stores, and some new mobile shopping behavior research. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Yory Wurmser.
South Korea's new laws make changes to Apple and Google app stores near inevitable: The US and EU won't be far behind, and mandatory 15% to 30% fees could soon be a thing of the past.
On today's episode, we discuss whether TikTok is actually a top choice for social advertisers, how it compares with other ad channels, and what to make of the companies current shopping efforts. We then talk about Facebook's "meaningful pivot" around its ad business, the latest Federal Trade Commission suit against the social giant, and whether Reels on the blue app has potential. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Debra Aho Williamson.
A recent FTC workshop on the widespread, manipulative UX design elements suggests the US regulator will place greater emphasis on protecting consumers from deceptive design and behavioral cues
Improved foot traffic shows that good malls still draw a crowd: While they may not have the trajectory of ecommerce, traditional retail is recovering, even amid ongoing delta variant concerns.
The smartphone giant acquired AV startup Deepmotion for $77.4 million. Xiaomi could use its consumer electronic experience to create compelling entertainment-focused vehicles, but it will have to overcome manufacturing challenges and potential regulatory scrutiny.