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March 13, 2015

Chart of the day :How many Tablet PCs have been sold in US since 2010 :

The   tablet economy


This timeline shows THE  sales figures for tablet PCs in the United States from 2010  TO 2014 projected forecast  for 2015-2016

 According to Appleinsider  a total of 57.1 million tablet PC will be sold in  US during 2015.

 Media Tablets have been growing briskly in the US and  the initial sales chart reflect a typical  product life cycle chart  almost replicating  the  the growth of tablets exploded during its initial years ( 2010 to 2012 )

US Tablet sales zoomed from  10 million to 26 million in 2011 ( 2.5  times it sold in 2010 ) followed by 50% growth in 2012

After 22% growth  in the number of tablets sold in 2013, sales have started to slow down as it struggled to reach 10% growth in 2014 .Last year saw  53 million units, which is estimated  to reach  57 million this year in 2015. 

The last 4 years( 2010-2014) has seen 122 Tablet  units shipped across US  .

March 11, 2015

Shipments of the 7inches tablets worldwide grows by 400%

Statistic: Number of 7 inch tablet shipments worldwide from 2011-2013 (in million units) | Statista
Find more statistics at Statista

 The traditional size of Tablets the 7 inches  has now been almost been the standard for the ideal size of the  media tablet. Increasingly the 7 inches have become the industry benchmark. The data by statista shows the increase in 7inches tablets at a whooping  400% from 17million  tablet  sales in 2011 to  67million sold in 2013 

March 9, 2015

Smartphones vs Tablets Impressions across MENA Countries

 handsets with highest mobile advertising  in MENA countries


The latest report from Inmobi Network shows that Smartphones rules in the Middle East and North African Markets with  Smartphones accounting for  90% and Tablets  9% of the total mobile impressions Further 92% mobile ad impressions in this region  happened across Mobile Apps, and the rest on Mobile sites

Not surprisingly Apple  iPhone  accounted for  17.4 percentage of  the total  Mobile  Handset share  among the total reach of ad impressions . The no 2  handset share was Samsung GT 19500 with 8.3% share

 Samsung  claiming the no 1 spot  as the biggest  manufacturer with  58% share in mobile impressions followed by Apple.

March 7, 2015

Mobile advertising Impressions on Tablets vs Smartphones in Europe

In Europe  23%  Ad Impressions happens on Tablets,  compared to 77% across Smartphones

In Europe 76% Mobile Impressions via advertising happens through smartphones while 24  happen  via tablets. As per data from Inmobi network ,most  mobile Advertising happens across Mobile Apps  as compared to  mobile websites. According to Inmobi Network 81% of its impressions in Europe are on mobile apps,19% on mobile sites.

Apple's iPhone   has a reach of  20% mobile Advertising Impressions in Europe , followed by ipad  with 5% Collectively Ipad and iPhone forms 25% Mobile ad Impressons at the Inmobi Network  in 2014Q4

March 3, 2015

iPhone or iPad Sales : Which Blockbuster impacts Apples Share price the more

 which one impacts its stock price
The  chart from Bloomberg   shows  the might of the sheer product depth of  Apple as a brand and its power of  creating ambitious products  that has delivered blockbuster hits  

Apple's iPhone contributes to its biggest revenue stream ever since it was launched in 2007.. the only time , albeit temporary when  ipad sales volume  exceeded iphone was  in july 2012 when Ipad 2 was launched. Meanwhile revenues from its iMac  continued  to be as flat as ever

The black color  shows the movement of Apple Stock as Apple's  iphone and ipad war machine continued to work

February 6, 2015

Ratio of Time Spend online vs Device usage in US

moving to the web : .

 The chart above shows  US consumers were using  26 mins everyday to go online via their smartphones  in 2010. In 2013  users going online  via the same device rose to  1 : 43 mins . The rise of tablets as seen is  a  copy of the smartphone

US users on an average of around 3.20 hours on the web daily

January 30, 2015

Tablet Shipments to reach 1billion by next year

tablet growth will reach a billion  by 2018
"With Tablet Shipments surpassing one billion , the obituary for PCs and Desktops is a foregone conclusion . The one billion mark for Tablets has been reached in 5 years..and currently with a billion consumers using tablets represents 15% of global population.emarketer predicts that by 2018 Tablet shipments will exceed 1.5billion.

December 20, 2014

November 28, 2014

Online Retail Path to Purchase : Device comparison chart

Retail shoppng

While consumers  by and large  use both Smartphones, tablets and PC for buying, There are some difference in buying patters .Retail consumers who research on their smartphones tend to purchase almost equally across smartphones (23%), tablets (20%) and laptops (21%), 

whereas consumers who research via laptops and tablets tend to purchase on the same device (46% and 58%, respectively). 

While the majority of retail consumers (63%) who research in-store also purchase in-store, 20% rely on mobile devices (smartphones and laptops) to make their final purchases.

source : Ninthdecimal

November 27, 2014

Mobile now rules over Print and Radio

"The bedding was hardly able to cover it and seemed ready to slide off any moment. His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked."
Breakdown of media usage


Mobile is now without doubt the most used media universally.Mobile  usage surpasses TV even Television, with users spending 108 minutes out of 7 hours of media that are consumed daily.Going online and watching Television  are almost equally consumed by users, followed by  radio and Tablets  ( mins and minutes respectively.

November 9, 2014

How TV Usage is getting dwarfed by Tablets and Smartphones, as time spent on gadget to grow 23%

Media consumption patterns : digital vs TV


US consumers love affair with their mobiles continue as as recent report by eMarketer shows that the media time among US adults spent on digital media exceeded that of TV for the first time that time spent on digital media use among US adults surpassed time spent with TV for the first time Cumulatively Tablets and Smartphones user base is expected to grow to 23% In 2014, time spent on smartphones and tablets in the US will jump to 23.2%nbsp;

September 5, 2014

5 Most Popular Video Streaming Devices :

most popular top 5 streaming devices for video

While the laptop computer is the most common device used by US streaming households, streamers are also using game consoles (21%), Blu-ray or DVD players (12%), Roku boxes (11%) and smart TVs (10%) to stream video, suggesting that TVs remain a popular form factor for video, no matter the content source. While more streaming households use smartphones (34%) than tablets (29%) as a streaming device, it’s likely that tablets are the choice for long-form content.

August 3, 2014

The State of Tablet Adoption in United Kingdom

Tablet adoption in the EU-5 continues to rise steadily, and according to new eMarketer estimates, the region’s tablet user base will surpass 100 million by the end of 2014. By 2018, more than 146 million people will use a tablet at least once per month. 

July 29, 2014

THE TABLET WARS: Leaders and Laggards and also rans

The Tablet market gets close and dirty as Apple samsung continues to  grow

The tablet market grew by 11% over last year. The figure would have been higher had it not been for a decline of 1.5% in the second quarter of 2014, as opposed to the first quarter. The reason for the decline: Large enterprises are holding off on purchasing decisions. 

According to Jean Philippe Bouchard, IDC's director for tablets,Apple still leads the tablet market, but it hasn't had a good quarter as far as sales figures go. The iPad has lost ground to both Android and Windows tablets.

 Apple shipped 13.3 million units, a decline of 9.3% year-on-year. The company's market share stood at 26.9%. Apple has announced plans to fight back, and it is pinning its hopes on the enterprise sector to drive growth. 

 Samsung, Apple's biggest rival, had a mixed year and shipped 8.5 million units in  Q2,  2014 and saw its market share increase by 1.6% yoy. Samsung struggled to maintain its momentum and saw its market share slip to 17.2% in the second quarter.Lenevo shipped 2.4 million units and moved up to the No 3 ranking, displacing Asus from its position.

Google working on a gigantic 5.9 inch smartphone to be launched in November

Google may be working on a gigantic 5.9 inch smartphone to be released in November,2014 according to a new report from Android Police. The company is reportedly working with Motorola on the phablet, which will supposedly come with a fingerprint sensor and will launch with major US carriers. Google and Motorola are said to be calling it 'Shamu' internally. That size is unusually large for a smartphone. It's one inch shy from being the same size as most mini tablets, such as the Google Nexus 7. Samsung's Galaxy Mega, which comes in both 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch screen sizes, and LG G Pro 2 are the only other phablets that compare in size. Most phablets fall into the 5.3-5.7-inch range.

June 12, 2014

Mobile Internet in UK to overtake broadband revenues ,led by 90% users moving to mobile web

According to the latest  PwC report on UK Media and Entertainment market Outlook predicts that by 2018,. 50% of the UK population will own a tablet, 73% will own a smartphone and 15.5billion apps per year will be downloaded

Additionally by  2016 mobile Internet revenues will overtake fixed broadband revenues led by the " UK consumers moving over to the mobile web. Mobile Internet subscribers will account for 88.9% of the UK population by 2018
By 2018, 50% of UK will be owing a tablet, with 73% smartphone penetration . This would lead to 15.5billion mobile apps being downloaded.

50% UK to own a tablet. 73% to own smartphone
Global Entertainment & Media Outlook predicts that by 2018,. 50% of the UK population will own a tablet, 73% will own a smartphone and 15.5billion apps per year will be downloaded.

May 21, 2014

Out of 42.8 Mn Mobile Phones Sold Online In China ,40% market share is held by Xiaomi and Samsung

42.8 Mn Mobile Phones Sold Online In China In 2013 — China Internet Watch: "The ranking of online mobile phone sales volume in main B2C platforms (Xiaomi official website excluded) in 2013 showed that Samsung led the online market with 20% share, if Xiaomi official website included, Xiaomi ranked the top with 23.9%, Samsung dropped to the second with 16%."

Mobile sales in china in charts

April 30, 2014

40% of online purchases done by tablets and smartphones has been through e-coupons, daily deals

According to the recent BIA/Kelsey Local Commerce Monitor  in their recent survey report on enablers that lead to increase in  online shopping  and how much impact does  a device play in the entire consumer life cycle across the digital medium
  • Devices. When going online for local shopping (to purchase or research local merchandise or services), 60.0 percent of consumers use laptop computers, 57.1 percent use desktops, 37.1 percent use smartphones and 19.4 percent use tablets.
  • Promotions and deals. About one-quarter (26.0 percent) of consumer local purchases in the last six months—in-person and online—were made through promotions or sales (such as discount deals, daily deals, coupons or similar discount offers).
  • Loyalty programs. Consumers report that they’re on a customer list (that includes contact information) of almost nine local businesses (8.8 on average).
  • Mobile apps. Consumers who own a smartphone or tablet report using 3.4 mobile apps on average for local shopping “on a regular basis.” These include apps like Yelp, OpenTable, ShopLocal and others.

January 27, 2014

UK Tablet Penetration to hit 50% this year

Among the many  reasons why  mobile medium is increasingly seeing more investment and spending by advertisers  has been the nature of the marketing channel it offers  in terms of 
 level of engagement users have with their connected devices.

Smartphone penetration will reach 75 per cent of the UK population and tablet penetration will hit 50 per cent in 2014, according to Guy Phillipson, the chief executive of the Internet Advertising Bureau.

Smartphone penetration in the UK is set to hit 75 percent of the population in 2014, whilst tablets will hit 50 percent, according to recent comments from IAB at its IAB Engage conference in October. The GSMA has reported that global subscriber numbers are growing four times faster than the population. Despite huge growth in recent years, there’s still more to come.

Smartphone owners check their devices as much as 150 times a day according to some recent reports, whilst tablets have become “lean-back” devices that consumers will engage with for substantial periods of time. We know for example that users are streaming video in longer single sessions – for 30 minutes or more sometimes – delivering a captive audience for brands to engage with.