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  • By the year 2014, consumers will be buying more smartphones than PCs and Laptops.[1]
  • Since the launch of the iPhone, more than four billion apps have been downloaded, with an average of 47 apps per user. Android and iPad app stats
    are also in the millions.[2]
  • Worldwide mobile browsing has increased 148% in just a year. [3]
  • The number of users accessing Facebook and Twitter through their mobile devices has more than doubled in a year.[4][5]

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[1] Internet Trends – Presentation from CM Summit, Morgan Stanley, June 2010

[2] CM Summit, June 2010

[3] StatCounter Global Stats - Browser, OS, Search Engine including Mobile Market Share

[4] Statistics | Facebook and
Top 10 Mobile Internet Trends (Feb 2011)