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  • 80% of consumers’ mobile browsing time is on apps

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    80% of consumers’ mobile browsing time is on apps

    U.S. consumers spend more time with retailers online on smartphones and tablets than on desktops, comScore’s Gian Fulgoni said at the IRCE Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce. And, though 2013 may already have been ‘the year of the tablet,’ says Internet Retailer’s Mark Brohan, there’s more tablet growth ahead.

    Posted 02/11/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    U.S. consumers spend more time with retailers online on smartphones and tablets than on desktops, comScore’s Gian Fulgoni said at the IRCE Focus: Web Design + Mobile Commerce. And, though 2013 may already have been ‘the year of the tablet,’ says Internet Retailer’s Mark Brohan, there’s…

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  • It was a good fourth quarter for iPhones

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    It was a good fourth quarter for iPhones

    Apple’s iPhone continues to grow its share of the smartphone market while Android phones’ share drops once again, finds comScore, which also breaks down the smartphone market by device manufacturer.

    Posted 02/06/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Apple’s iPhone continues to grow its share of the smartphone market while Android phones’ share drops once again, finds comScore, which also breaks down the smartphone market by device manufacturer.

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  • A major new phenomenon in e-retail: Customers who only use mobile

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    A major new phenomenon in e-retail: Customers who only use mobile

    About one-third of online shoppers at the top 10 retailers as measured by monthly unique visitors shop only on mobile devices, comScore finds. This places even more pressure on merchants to build strong m-commerce sites and apps, an analyst says.

    Posted 02/03/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    About one-third of online shoppers at the top 10 retailers as measured by monthly unique visitors shop only on mobile devices, comScore finds. This places even more pressure on merchants to build strong m-commerce sites and apps, an analyst says.

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  • QVC, the fifth largest merchant in web retailing, launches responsive design

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    QVC, the fifth largest merchant in web retailing, launches responsive design

    That’s a big vote of confidence for a design technique only a couple years old in retail. QVC dropped its standalone m-commerce site for smartphones and is taking a step-by-step approach, starting with checkout, to transforming its existing desktop site into a single responsive site that renders content to fit the screens of desktops, tablets, smartphones and devices yet to come.

    Posted 01/30/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    That’s a big vote of confidence for a design technique only a couple years old in retail. QVC dropped its standalone m-commerce site for smartphones and is taking a step-by-step approach, starting with checkout, to transforming its existing desktop site into a single responsive site that renders…

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  • Nearly 65% of e-mails in the U.S. are opened on mobile devices

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    Nearly 65% of e-mails in the U.S. are opened on mobile devices

    And, no surprise, Apple iOS dominates Android: Nearly 50% of all e-mails are opened on an iPhone or iPad while only about 14% are opened on Android smartphones and tablets, e-mail marketing firm Movable Ink finds in a new study.

    Posted 01/23/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    And, no surprise, Apple iOS dominates Android: Nearly 50% of all e-mails are opened on an iPhone or iPad while only about 14% are opened on Android smartphones and tablets, e-mail marketing firm Movable Ink finds in a new study.

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  • Measuring app happiness, scientifically

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    Measuring app happiness, scientifically

    An unorthodox study aims to uncover how consumers’ brains respond to mobile apps. Through neuroscience, the study finds consumers like their apps speedy and full of images. Read more about the compelling findings.

    Posted 01/22/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    An unorthodox study aims to uncover how consumers’ brains respond to mobile apps. Through neuroscience, the study finds consumers like their apps speedy and full of images. Read more about the compelling findings.
  • Exclusive: How consumers interact with 20 top shopping apps

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    Exclusive: How consumers interact with 20 top shopping apps

    2013 saw mobile shoppers increasingly relying on mobile apps, many accessing m-commerce apps at least once a week, according to almost year-long research from Mobidia, a mobile analytics firm. Apple iOS device users are more active than Android users.

    Posted 01/09/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    2013 saw mobile shoppers increasingly relying on mobile apps, many accessing m-commerce apps at least once a week, according to almost year-long research from Mobidia, a mobile analytics firm. Apple iOS device users are more active than Android users.

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  • Most mobile web and app users shop Amazon on their smartphones

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    Most mobile web and app users shop Amazon on their smartphones

    53% of all U.S. smartphone owners who accessed the mobile web or apps in October 2013 shopped Amazon.com’s primary app that month, Nielsen reveals. However, seven of the top 10 mass merchant mobile commerce destinations belong to bricks-and-mortar chains.

    Posted 01/09/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    53% of all U.S. smartphone owners who accessed the mobile web or apps in October 2013 shopped Amazon.com’s primary app that month, Nielsen reveals. However, seven of the top 10 mass merchant mobile commerce destinations belong to bricks-and-mortar chains.

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  • Apple’s App Store rings up $10 billion in 2013

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    Apple’s App Store rings up $10 billion in 2013

    The No. 1 retailer in mobile commerce lifts the curtain on its App Store, revealing that more than half of its total app sales since the 2008 launch of the App Store occurred last year. Apple owns 63% of the mobile app market compared with Android’s 37%, an app analytics firm finds.

    Posted 01/07/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The No. 1 retailer in mobile commerce lifts the curtain on its App Store, revealing that more than half of its total app sales since the 2008 launch of the App Store occurred last year. Apple owns 63% of the mobile app market compared with Android’s 37%, an app analytics firm finds.

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  • On Christmas, Apple iOS drives five times more sales than Android

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    On Christmas, Apple iOS drives five times more sales than Android

    What’s more, the average order value for shoppers on iPhones and iPads on Dec. 25, 2013, was $93.94 compared with $48.10 for shoppers on Android smartphones and tablets, IBM finds. Demographics are key, one mobile commerce expert says.

    Posted 01/02/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    What’s more, the average order value for shoppers on iPhones and iPads on Dec. 25, 2013, was $93.94 compared with $48.10 for shoppers on Android smartphones and tablets, IBM finds. Demographics are key, one mobile commerce expert says.

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