Tag Archives: Users

Facebook A Privacy Failure? – Infographic

Nearly everyone has a Facebook page, but Facebook is still a privacy failure. This infographic is showing Facebook’s shortcomings when it comes to protect the users privacy. Take a look. Comments are appreciated.

Source: TopWebDesignSchools.org, Visual.ly


The Future Of Google’s Android Operating System – Infographic

With over 500 million active devices and another 1.3 million activated every day, Android is a global force to be reckoned with. And this isn’t 2009′s Android. The Android of today is beautiful, fuels a consistent experience across devices, and powers a fleet of devices that buyers are scrambling for. Explore how the new generation of Android – and the new generation of Android users – is changing the mobile landscape.

Source: Mutual Mobile, Visual.ly


LinkedIn Facts And Figures – Infographic

Large infographic about LinkedIn – statistics, demographics, global reach and history.

Source: Website-Monitoring.comVisual.ly


What Kind Of People Use Smartphones – Infographic

An infographic by the team at CouponAudit

This infographic shows how devoted smartphone users are, and what attitudes and characteristics do these people posses.  In the survey made, 65% of iPhone users can’t live without their phones, 40% would give up coffee instead of iPhone use, 18% can stop bathing every day before they give up their iPhones and 15% would rather give up sex and cannot live a weekend without their iPhones. There are lots of applications offered in smartphones and most of these keep boredom away and make a person occupied.  According to Nielsen study who examines the application downloads, the highest percentage that gets most of the downloads is the Games category which is 64%, weather is next which got 60%, social networking has 56%, useful Maps /search has 51%, Music is next with 44%, News has 39%, Entertainment has 34%, Finance has 32% which most business people would choose, Movies and shopping has 24%.  This study was made in 2011 Q2 and examined application usage for individuals who had downloaded an application during a 30-day period.

Users would usually spend their time playing games on their smartphones and this is one of the reasons that they have downloaded this the most.  There was recorded average time spent by hours per month on different smartphone devices.  For Apple iPhone 14.7 hours, Android has 9.3 hours, Windows Phone 7 is up to 4.7 hours and Rim Blackberry has approximately 4.5 hours.  Since smartphones are usually expensive, cell phone owners with a household income of $75, 000 or more are 3-4 times more likely to own a Blackberry or iPhone than those in the lower income brackets.

Smartphones can be used in many ways and this infographic shows how users maximize the use of their iPhone in a social setting.  One of the studies reveals that 58% of users occasionally or usually do this and 25% of users almost use this but 17% rarely or never use this option.  Smartphones also encourage streamlining to their users and once they get an iPhone, many of them will usually get rid of their other devices, 70% of iPod and mp3 players were being unused, 55% of cameras will be replaced by hi-resolution cameras of iPhone and 40% of GPS will be replaced by using iPhone Maps.  News and sports are categories that can also be very useful to iPhone users.  During the first 2 days of NCAA 2012 basketball tournament, a very overwhelming percentage of 83% was recorded as consumption of smartphone sports download.  During the tournament, 20% of sports traffic was from smartphones and tablets.  This infographic shows how different types of smartphones were used and chosen by different types of personalities.  According to one study, iPhone users claim themselves as slightly more optimistic and easy going than Android users do.  Apple has a higher percentage compare to Android users.  Apple users see Apple phones to be more useful in the future and is considered advance in technology that is why there are 52% users compare to 28% in Android users.  25% of them don’t get upset easily with the Apple compared to 18% in Android, but both seem to be more user-friendly and optimistic than BlackBerry owners.

This infographic also illustrates what was early cell phone users used to like.  Motorola was introduced as the first mobile phone in the market in 1983 and it only cost $3,995 and it was considered strong to have a 2 pounds weight and was the size of a brick.  Most smartphone owners lived in more crowded places, for Android, 15% from urban area, 16% from suburban and only 10% from rural areas.  iPhone has lesser percentage compare to Android users which is 12% from urban areas, 10% from suburban and only 5% from rural areas.  BlackBerry has 11% from urban, 10% from suburban and 7% from rural areas which is slightly higher than iPhone users.

There was also a study that shows how smartphones are actually useful for education.  According to a StudyBlue survey of customers, those who use their mobile devices to help them study are almost 3 times more likely to track their academic progress given the applications available, study 40 more minutes each week because they can bring their smartphones along with them anywhere they go and they would likely study during daytime around 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. Smartphones can be purchased at affordable prices from stores like: dinodirect.com, Qvc etc.

Time To Go Mobile! Need Reasons? Check This – Infographic

According to MobiThinking®, at the end of 2011, there were 6 billion mobile subscribers worldwide. That’s 87% of the world’s population! It’s been estimated that by the end of 2016, there will be 8 billion mobile subscribers. That means there is a mobile phone or device for nearly every person on the planet, accessing the Internet.

Statistics also show that 65% of mobile users access the internet daily, while 86% look for local information on their phones. In Australia, about 87% of consumers click on mobile ads, but only 28% make a purchase with a smartphone, compared to 49% globally. This is because only 25% of websites are optimised for mobile.

Check out the infographic below for other interesting statistics and our tips for mobilising your website and creating mobile content. If you need a mobile-friendly domain name, please visit our website.

Source: Melbourne IT


What Type Of Social Media Personality Are You? – Infographic

In 1921, psychologist Carl Jung changed the fundamentals of his field. By distributing a psychometric test called the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to patients, Jung claimed he could accurately boil down the psychological types of humans into 16 major categories.

Still in use today, the metrics determine whether test takers tend toward certain character traits, such as introversion (I) vs. extroversion (E) or thinking (T) vs. feeling (F). Once taken, test results produce an acronym per individual. For example, “ISTJ” is for an Introvert-Sensing-Thinking-Judging person.

The infographic below, based on data by CPP, publishers of the Myers-Briggs personality assessment, details the qualifiers for each of the test’s characteristics, but furthermore, predicts the psychological types most likely to participate on specific social networks. More extroverts reported using Facebook than introverts, for instance. And people with inclinations toward Feeling spend more time browsing and interacting with people on Facebook, rather than those who tend toward Thinking.

If you’d like to learn your own Myers-Briggs indicator, visit this product page for more information.

Source: Mashable.com, Myers-Briggs


Pinterest – A Virtual Pinboard With Users Around The World – Infographic

As of Q1 of 2012, Pinterest had generated 11.7 million unique visitors. This Infographic explains Pinterest and who is using it around the world…Read More

Source: Infographic Labs, Hubspot Blog

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