Consumer Smartphone Usage 2014: The Impact of Device Models on Application and Service Usage
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 PPT and PDF (28 slides); Excel
|消費者的智慧型手機利用:應用、服務利用相關設備模式的影響 Consumer Smartphone Usage 2014: The Impact of Device Models on Application and Service Usage|
|出版日期: 2014年08月22日||內容資訊: 英文 PPT and PDF (28 slides); Excel||
使用4.8英吋以上螢幕大小的小組成員，比使用3.5英吋以下螢幕大小的小組成員，使用平均30個以上的應用程式。由於三星推動大型螢幕，Galaxy S2 和 S4 模式應用的利用成為2倍以上。
Screen size affects app usage - panellists with a screen size above 4.8 inches used 30 more apps on average than those with screen sizes below or equal to 3.5 inches.
The smartphone industry is one of the most dynamic in the world, resulting in the emergence of new features and mobile experiences every 6 months. In addition, the market positioning of leading manufacturers such as Apple and Samsung can have significant consequences on consumer app consumption behaviours. For example, Samsung's push for larger screen sizes has led to app usage more than doubling between the Galaxy S2 and S4 models.
This report analyses the smartphone usage of consumers in France, Germany, the UK and the USA between mid-August and the end of October 2013. The analysis is based on data provided by Nielsen, using an application developed by Arbitron Mobile. This report focuses specifically on the adoption of different smartphone models and the impact on how the devices are used. The main objective of this report is to understand how devices are changing app usage.
The report answers the following key questions and provides recommendations for operators and vendors.
The event-level data allows us to produce in-depth analysis of information including:
Data is provided for the following individual countries.
The following companies are mentioned in this report.
Ronan de Renesse (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Mobile Devices and Digital Economy research programmes. His primary areas of specialisation include smartphone and tablet adoption, rich media applications and services on mobile, mobile content and data monetisation, and over-the-top (OTT) company strategies. Ronan has been analysing the telecoms and media industry since 2003. Prior to joining Analysys Mason, Ronan was a Senior Analyst and the Head of Mobile at IHS Screen Digest, where he had overall responsibility for the Mobile Media Intelligence service and all related activities. Before becoming an industry analyst, Ronan was an academic researcher at the Centre for Telecommunications Research at King's College London. He had numerous articles published in international technology journals and also gave various presentations at high-profile conferences. Ronan holds a PhD in Telecommunications from King's College London. He has also participated on the GSMA Global Mobile Awards judging panel.
Martin Scott (Practice Head) is the head of Analysys Mason's Consumer Services research practice, which includes the Fixed Broadband and Multi-Play, Next-Generation Services, Mobile Services, Mobile Devices and Digital Economy research programmes. His primary areas of specialisation include the bundling and pricing of multi-play services, including quadruple-play bundling, customer satisfaction and consumer-facing marketing strategy. He also specialises in statistics, surveys and the analysis of primary research; he co-ordinates Analysys Mason's Connected Consumer and Consumer smartphone usage series of research.
Martin has produced analysis for Analysys Mason, and for individual clients, related to many different aspects of telecoms and media, not limited to: fixed-mobile bundling strategies; customer retention and satisfaction (churn reduction) strategies; pricing; market segmentation; consumer demand for present and next-generation services; and the business case for value-added services such as streaming music. Martin has a Master's degree in Mathematics from Oxford University.