Daily Archives: July 4, 2012


How Do People Really Use Their Smartphones – Infographic

If you have a Samsung Galaxy-S and live in Sweden, chances are you like to talk on your mobile device using Bluetooth while on-the-go — that’s according to a recent study that shows Swedes use Bluetooth and wireless headsets more than people from any other country (47%). And owners of Samsung Galaxy-S phones use the most minutes per month of all Android devices (431).

Tawkon, an Android app that measures how much radiation your phone is emitting, and by the company inneractive, which is a mobile app monetization exchange, created this infographic based on Tawkon’s data for Android devices. This data was gathered from Tawkon’s millions of daily data points over a period of several months.

“At Tawkon, we like to think of ourselves as the seat belt of the mobile phone,” writes Amit Lubovsky, VP of business development and marketing for Tawkon. “Mobile radiation is a hot topic and it is too early to know how serious of a problem it is. We say ‘why not talk responsibly using Tawkon?’ Our engaged user base agrees and you can see just how engaged they are in some of the data displayed here.”

Source: Mashable.com, inneractive, Tawkon


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Battle Of The Sexes On Social Media – Infographic

When it comes to the sexes on social media, there are a few places where the battle lines seem settled. It probably won’t surprise you to learn, for example, that men are from Google+ and women are from Pinterest.

But when it comes to the two dominant social networks — Facebook and Twitter — you may be shocked to discover that women are now in the majority on both services. Not only that, but they’re posting far more frequently on Facebook than their slowpoke male counterparts can manage.

Online gaming, once a bastion of men, has fallen to the females as well. Zynga is by far the largest online gaming network, with 250 million players logging on every month; 60% of those players are women, especially women over 55.

But take heart, guys. You still comprise 63% of LinkedIn, the professional social network. Google+, as has been the case for some time, is more than two-thirds dude. And Reddit is practically a man cave, where you have less than a one-in-five chance of coming across the fairer sex.

Source: Mashable.com, Digital Flash NYC