Mobile App Usage Statistics in 2016 #Infographic #App #Mobile

A study has revealed that an individual looks at his phone 110 times a day, all thanks to apps. Be it social applications, e-commerce or gaming, all of them occupy user’s entire free time.

These are some of the data that you will learn with this infographic. The rate of annual downloads of apps has increased around 90 billion, while the total time spent in apps has also increased up to 900 billion hours. In addition, peak categories among apps are Communication, Social & Video Players, and Editors. Apart from these, Finance, Travel and Photo & Video are on top of the list in iOS, while Productivity and Tools and Social apps are preferred on Google Play Store. Finally, China, US, Japan, UK, and Russia had the maximum number of app downloads whereas India, US, Brazil, Indonesia, and Russia had the highest numbers of game downloads.

Statistics shows the app usage is increasing at a faster pace and is getting mandatory for retailers. The statistics below show the app usage scenario for 2016.

An infographic by Ohoshop.

App Store Optimization (ASO) #Infographic #ASO #Mobile

Find out what is ASO and how to use it? The most informative infographic about App Store Optimization: main tenses and features, step-by-step guide to reach customers in the app stores. Every mobile application wants to be well-monetized and get a large number of organic installs.

App Store Optimization consist of 6 main tips: competitor’s apps analysis; name selection; keywords selection; writing a description; making a good icon and screenshots of the app; writing reviews and getting assessments.

Every component of this list is important and needs to be done for getting the best results in the complex optimization. The first and most important thing you need to do is to analyze the mobile applications of your competitors. Then you should choose a suitable name for the application. Before writing a description you need to select the keywords. But even if you pick a great name, creating a good logo and writing a description won’t be enough. Screenshots help users visualize the application and decide whether to install it or not.

An infographic by applead.

20 ways to save your cell phone’s battery #Infographic #Mobile #Battery

There’s nothing worse than being stranded with a dead cell phone battery. As our phones get bigger and more powerful, our batteries have to be continually upgraded to keep up. Why is it then that every time I look down at my phone, it always seems to be on it’s way to dead battery town? There must be a way to keep it alive!

Here are some sure-fire ways to keep your battery as charged up as possible. Some are surprising, some seem obvious, all of them help to keep you juiced up and on the go. Did you know that your screen and its brightness is one of the biggest drains on your battery cells?
You can save loads of battery by turning off things you didn’t even know were running! Bluetooth, Wifi, mobile data, they all play a part.

After reading these simple battery saver tips from Powerbankexpert.com, you’ll be texting, Pokemon GO’ing and Snapchatting for days!

An infographic by Powerbank Expert.

Lip Smacking Evolution Of Android #Infographic #Android

Everyone loves Android and Google makes it even better by providing updates every few months that can be installed for free. Android users can purchase or download their favourite apps from Google Play Store where thousands of new apps are added across categories every single day.

Top App Creators, an online listing service for top app development companies across the world, brings to you detailed information and trivia about Android in this easy to read Infographic, “Lip Smacking Evolution of Android” – a fun guide that tells you everything you wanted to know about the Android mobile operating system.

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An infographic by Top App Creators.

How to Choose between Mobile Website and Mobile App #Infographic #Mobile

The world becomes progressively interconnected and one of the proofs is a noticeable rise of smartphones. Internetlivestats.com says that there are 3,447,657,800 something Internet users today and about 60% of them are supposed to be connected via non-desktop devices.
To stay trendy, you should consider creating an app or a mobile website, to make the world know about you and your services or products.

Which variant to choose is not a matter of a snap decision and you better get professional advice. But still, here is some brief info to ease your decision-making.

Why you may tend to choose a mobile website for your business:

  • It’s adaptive to any screen size on any device.
  • It is cross-platform and available for any OS user.
  • It can be quickly updated without the necessity to upload it to any app marketplace.
  • It can be found simply via keywords in the web search.

Why an application can be a more attractive decision:

  • It provides much closer interaction with your potential users.
  • It has a higher level of personalization thanks to personal user’s data availability.
  • It provides the user with a handy interface and better navigation, as it is developed according to the defined OS.

Of course, there is still a lot to consider before you are able to make a choice which will satisfy both you and your future users. To know more, look at the infographic.

An infographic by Cleveroad.