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June 29, 2012

June 22, 2011

43% Smartphones,48billion Mobile App Downloads in 2015:





The mobile applications market has had strong growth over the past several years, as a result of the addition of new products, players, and business models.  According to recent In Stats Research report The smartphone growth will continue to  show rapid growth , driven mainly by increased smartphone penetration, as well as growth in consumer mobile application libraries.  As a result, In-Stat (www.in-stat.com) expects mobile application downloads to reach nearly 48 billion in 2015.
 

In  December 2010, the number of applications in the Apple App Store reached 3,50,000 while Android market reached 80,000. The research  results show that Apple and Android users are significantly more likely than BlackBerry users to have downloaded mobile applications. Smartphone applications are not only about 3G. Almost half of survey respondents report downloading applications over Wi-Fi.

According to an Olswang report in early 2011, smartphones are experiencing accelerating rates of adoption: 22% of UK consumers already have a smartphone, with this percentage rising to 31% amongst 24–35 year olds

Top 5 Insights on the smartphone ecosystem  includes:
  • Touchscreens will account for nearly 90% of smartphones shipped in 2011, and will increase to nearly 100% in the next several years.
  • Smartphones are expected to increase from 23% of total phone shipments in 2010 to 45% in 2015.
  • In December 2010, the number of applications in the Apple App Store reached 350,000 while Android Market reached 80,000.
  • Survey results show that Apple and Android users are significantly more likely than BlackBerry users to have downloaded mobile applications.
  • Smartphone applications are not only about 3G.  Almost half of survey respondents report downloading applications over Wi-Fi.
As of the end of 2010, eMarketer estimates 30% of smartphone users in the US had a BlackBerry and 28% had an iPhone, the top two operating systems. But Android’s share of the market is rising quickly. Nielsen tracking surveys found Android pulling ahead among recent smartphone purchasers, and eMarketer predicts that by 2012 Android will be the No. 1 mobile OS in the country.