Category Archives: Mobile Research

Research articles on mobile website usage.

The time to go mobile was yesterday — 6 facts you need to know today!

If your business didn’t go mobile yet, you are losing ground faster than you think. The time to go mobile was yesterday! Here are six facts to convince you that mobile websites are the future: Continue reading The time to go mobile was yesterday — 6 facts you need to know today!

Three Darn Good Reasons Mobile Internet is the Future

Three darn good reasons mobile internet is the future

No more desktop pc with stationary users browsing the internet on the soon to be dead browser, Internet Explorer. Internet is portable and it is booming.

That scenario is everything but gone. Stationary computers belong in workspaces and the modern day user is on the go and the second screen is having glory days in the able hands of the user. Phones are with you anytime and anywhere, and so is the internet.

Numbers may not be sexy, but they don’t lie. So bear with me. Here are three obvious reasons why mobile internet is the future., presented to you in numbers.

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Half of online traffic is mobile, but is YOUR site mobile?

Online traffic is becoming more and more mobile with half of all activity already coming from mobile devices, but is your site mobile, and does it work on all browsers and platforms?

Infants Browsing Mobile Websites

A smart move would be to make absolutely sure that your website is 100% mobile, before you start investing a lot of money in consultancy for conversion optimization. Avoid flushing your money down the drain and make your website mobile, so you can start increasing your online sales already today.

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Here’s why mobile sites—and not apps—are the future of the Web

It seems HTML5 may finally gain the upper hand over Apple’s and Google’s app stores.

Within a few months, a number of new mobile operating systems will come out—Firefox OS, Tizen and Ubuntu—and since they are all open source, they will provide support for HTML5 apps, according to the MIT Technology Review. Continue reading Here’s why mobile sites—and not apps—are the future of the Web