Data Points (and Pain Points) for Mobile Apps

The below infographic was sent to me from MokiMobility. While it has a lot more marketing than I like to include, there were enough other statistics, that I thought it was worth sharing with you. A few tidbits I found interesting:

  • Mobile App sales were expected to reach $25 billion in 2013
  • Mobile app downloads is expected to quadruple by 2017 (from 50 billion to 200 billion).
  • The infographic shows Android with 53% of the market over iOS with 40%. These numbers don't seem exactly right to me as I know I've seen statistics showing the Windows number higher.
  • 3.28 seconds is the average response time for a mobile app. Ouch! That is forever when waiting for an app.

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Mobile Pain Points



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