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Millennial Media: Android trumps iOS with 52% of Q1 mobile ad impressions

Millennial Media: Android trumps iOS with 52% of Q1 mobile ad impressions | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Devices running Google's Android generated 52 percent of all mobile advertising impressions across the Millennial Media network during the first quarter of 2013, jumping from 49 percent in the year-ago quarter.
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Apple Bagged 57% Of $12.5B In Smartphone Profits In Q1, Android 43%; Samsung 95% Share Of That, “More Than Google” | TechCrunch

Apple Bagged 57% Of $12.5B In Smartphone Profits In Q1, Android 43%; Samsung 95% Share Of That, “More Than Google” | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Apple continues to lead both as the single-most profitable smartphone maker, and by default the most profitable platform, taking 57% of $12.5 billion in smartphone operating profits in Q1, according to figures out from Strategy Analytics today.
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Zynga now sees tablets "becoming the ultimate game platform"

Zynga now sees tablets "becoming the ultimate game platform" | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Steve Chiang, Zynga's president of games, talks about the "land grab in mobile" and how Zynga is changing its gaming slate
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6 Great Mobile Apps From Non-Tech Companies

6 Great Mobile Apps From Non-Tech Companies | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
While very different, all six of these apps offer important lessons in how companies of all kinds can use mobile applications to please customers, extend their mission and leverage the power of community.
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Nearly 75% Of All Smartphones Sold In Q1 Were Android, With Samsung At 30%; Mobile Sales Overall Nearly Flat: Gartner | TechCrunch

Nearly 75% Of All Smartphones Sold In Q1 Were Android, With Samsung At 30%; Mobile Sales Overall Nearly Flat: Gartner | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Gartner has just released its Q1 figures for mobile handset sales, and the key takeaway is that Android continues to steal the show, led by handset maker Samsung.
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Mobile Commerce - 56% of U.S. smartphone owners use mobile commerce apps - Internet Retailer

Mobile Commerce - 56% of U.S. smartphone owners use mobile commerce apps - Internet Retailer | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Internet Retailer - Technology/Mobile Commerce - 56% of U.S. smartphone owners use mobile commerce apps
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Mozilla Starts Doling Out Phones To Developers With Brilliant HTML5 App Ideas | TechCrunch

Mozilla Starts Doling Out Phones To Developers With Brilliant HTML5 App Ideas | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Just a week after rolling out the latest version of its Firefox OS simulator, Mozilla has announced that it's offering a nifty new proposition to would-be FFOS developers.
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App Install Ads Earned Facebook “Real Revenue” And Helped 3800 Developers Drive 25M Downloads | TechCrunch

App Install Ads Earned Facebook “Real Revenue” And Helped 3800 Developers Drive 25M Downloads | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Facebook app install ads were the star of Facebook's earnings call today. Sheryl Sandberg said 3800 developers, including 40% of the top 100 iOS app developers, used the ads to drive over 25 million installs.
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Android’s Leaky Bucket: Loyalty Gives Apple the Edge Over Time

Android’s Leaky Bucket: Loyalty Gives Apple the Edge Over Time | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Brand loyalty will carry iPhone past Android in the U.S. in a matter of years.
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Unraveling HTML5 vs. Native

Unraveling HTML5 vs. Native | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
I am discussing mobile application development with the IT manager of a provider of online content and services to millions of users, when the conversation touches on HTML5.
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Fiksu’s March Index reveals steady landscape for mobile app downloads and marketing costs

Fiksu’s March Index reveals steady landscape for mobile app downloads and marketing costs | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Fiksu today reported a steady landscape for daily download volumes and mobile app marketing costs in its March 2013 Index.
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IDC: Android OEMs Shipped 162M Smartphones In Q1, More Than 4X Apple’s Rate; Windows Phone Now In (Distant) Third | TechCrunch

IDC: Android OEMs Shipped 162M Smartphones In Q1, More Than 4X Apple’s Rate; Windows Phone Now In (Distant) Third | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
IDC today was the latest to publish its numbers on smartphone market shares after the major handset makers released Q1 earnings, and like Gartner, Strategy Analytics and the rest, it underscores the power of Google's Android platform at the moment:...
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Google: Android Users Have Now Installed Over 48B Apps, Up 2.5x From A Year Ago | TechCrunch

Google: Android Users Have Now Installed Over 48B Apps, Up 2.5x From A Year Ago | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.
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No, HTML5 does not have a performance issue.

No, HTML5 does not have a performance issue. | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Well, not any worse than any other cross-platform technology. This has been bugging me for a while now. You know, the clueless managers that ask you questions like “HTML5 seems to have a perf...
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With $3.5M in funding, Any.DO proves an "Android first" app strategy can pay off

With $3.5M in funding, Any.DO proves an "Android first" app strategy can pay off | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Task management app Any.DO surprised many by launching first on Google’s Android platform and finding success. An iOS version followed and it’s proving popular too. Now the Any.DO team has $3.5M in seed funding to keep expanding.
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The Numbers Are Clear: Mobile Is Taking Over The World

The Numbers Are Clear: Mobile Is Taking Over The World | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
The unstoppable growth of mobile connectivity is linking virtually the entire human population - and that will re-construct how people around the world engage in shopping, banking, entertainment, work, healthcare and learning.
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This Tumblr says what everyone is thinking: I don’t want to download your app

This Tumblr says what everyone is thinking: I don’t want to download your app | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Apps are huge and everyone knows it — Apple alone is about to pass 50 billion app downloads. Unfortunately, there's a flaw in the "app for everything" ideology: now every ...
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Canalys: Android powers 75% of smartphones shipped in Q1

Canalys: Android powers 75% of smartphones shipped in Q1 | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Close to three-fifths of all smartphones, tablets and notebooks shipped worldwide during the first quarter of 2013 run Google's Android mobile operating system, independent analyst firm Canalys reports.
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Facebook Now Has 751 Million Active Users on Mobile

Facebook Now Has 751 Million Active Users on Mobile | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
After Facebook released its fourth-quarter earnings report in January, CEO Mark Zuckerberg proclaimed that Facebook had "become a mobile company." In the latest earnings report,...
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Battle of the mobile sexes: Women install 40% more apps, spend 87% more than men

Battle of the mobile sexes: Women install 40% more apps, spend 87% more than men | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Women install 40 percent more apps than men, buy 17 percent more paid apps, and pay an astonishing 87 percent more for those apps. In other words, if you want to make money selling apps, you better...
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Urban Airship, Parse and OtherLevels explain the proper way to use push notifications

Urban Airship, Parse and OtherLevels explain the proper way to use push notifications | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
As the weather in North America finally starts to warm up, it becomes hard to imagine a lot of people looking for updates via REI's Snow and Ski Report.
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DeNA’s Chris Plummer on the importance of live events in mobile-social games, especially for monetization

DeNA’s Chris Plummer on the importance of live events in mobile-social games, especially for monetization | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Japanese mobile-social gaming giant DeNA recently gave a talk at the 2013 Game Developers Conference about the success of live events, a gameplay feature, in its Japanese RPG card battler Blood Brothers.
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Android Took 64% Of All Smartphone Sales Globally In Q1; Windows Phone Continues Modest Gains, Says Kantar | TechCrunch

Android Took 64% Of All Smartphone Sales Globally In Q1; Windows Phone Continues Modest Gains, Says Kantar | TechCrunch | HTML5 Mobile App Development | Scoop.it
Google's mobile OS Android continues to power ahead as the world's most popular smartphone platform, according to figures out today from Kantar Worldpanel Comtech, the WPP-owned market research company that tracks sales of handsets across key...
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