There is a clear mobile majority in travel across all demographics for the first time ever, says the latest Travel Technology Survey from Phocuswright. The report, which covered habits in 2014, found that smartphone penetration has reached the majority in all demographics, with 76% of those aged 55-64 and 58% of those 65 and older owning a smartphone. This milestone heralds the achievement of the true mobile majority - travel brands can now count on nearly all travellers to have access to a smartphone. Tablets are also more popular than ever, with 6 out of 10 travellers now possessing one, up from 44% in 2013. Laptops remain less popular than smartphones among travellers, with 79% likely to own a laptop compared with the 87% that own a smartphone. Click here to learn more.
Via Tourism Australia , Andrea Rossi, Roland Schegg