(PRWEB) November 20, 2013
Just a few years ago, if you wanted to read articles, play games or shop online, you did it while plastered in a seat, with a laptop or desktop computer in front of you. Times have changed radically.
That’s not the only striking statistic revealed by the Pew report. As of September, 2013, one-third of cell phone users in the U.S. use their phone as their primary method of accessing the Internet. Mobile technologist Jason Hope says we can “expect this trend to continue, as more and more users migrate to mobile devices for Web browsing, gaming, shopping and other services. The refinement of mobile technology has resulted in improved user experience, and that has encouraged more people to choose mobile devices as their primary option for online activity.”
Looking at the data, it’s clear that mobile growth in 2013 has continued to follow a pattern that is unlikely to change for the foreseeable future. With cell phones and tablets becoming more deeply integrated in our lives, and with cost barriers coming down for untapped markets, we can expect the mobile market to continue to set growth records. Mobile computing is becoming the default option for many of us, and that trend is likely to persist.
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