PM Narendra Modi app survey reveals over 93% support demonetization

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision about demonetization has been creating a buzz even weeks after the announcement. A new survey that was conducted through the official PM app has revealed that over 93% of people support demonetization.
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Apple and Samsung rank highest in customer satisfaction for smartwatches and fitness bands

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Apple has been ranked highest among manufacturers of smartwatches, and Samsung among manufacturers of fitness bands, according to the J.D. Power 2016 Fitness Band Device Satisfaction Report and J.D. Power 2016 Smartwatch Device Satisfaction Report.
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Apple dismisses survey claiming 48% of Apple Music users have stopped using the serivce

A new survey from MusicWatch has revealed that 48% of Apple Music users that have been using the serivce as a free trial, have stopped using it.

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iOS is the most wanted OS, after Android

Competition between mobile operating systems is increasing each and every day. At the moment, Android is leading the race and is the most favorite OS. Well, if you don’t believe me then a report is proving it. According to Nielsen survey, they went out to find out which is the best and most wanted OS at the moment in USA, and mostly people are choosing Android as their future OS and iOS is the runner-up. Last year, iOS was leading but things in mobile market changes so rapidly. Continue reading “iOS is the most wanted OS, after Android”

Android to lead the smartphone market with 49% market share by 2012

According to a new Gartner research report , Android is set to emerge as most poplar mobile OS worldwide by 2011. It is also said to grab 49% of worldwide market share by 2012. Even IDC’s recent survey reveals the same.

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Market for Smartphones with a large display is increasing in U.S – NPD Survey

According to the survey conducted by NPD group, U.S consumers have started buying smartphones with larger displays that are above 4 inches. First Android phone to debut with larger display was Xperia X10 in March 2010. Who would have thought, now there are more than 30 phones with display size of 4 inch and more.
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Mobility Survey throws up interesting findings about Windows Mobile

Recently, Microsoft commissioned a Mobility Survey in APAC in conjunction with Synovate to gauge people’s perceptions, attitudes about smart phones and how they put their phones to use in their everyday lives.

The survey throws up some fascinating revelations and definitely makes for an interesting read. The How Mobile Are You survey polled nearly 2,500 respondents (513 in India) in five countries across Asia.

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Mobile Music is getting really popular Do You agree ?

We are seeing a lot of music capable handsets these days. The Mobile is doubling up as an iPod or MP3 player. Mobile Radio is pretty popular atleast in India. In countries where people travel a lot to work / study , Mobile music is popular. A recent survey by MMetrics focussed on this aspect.

The survey was mainly targetted at US and Europe markets. So we ask you ! Do you use your phone to listen to music or radio ?

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Poll : Mobile Internet Usage in India

Hi Readers,

The Apple iPhone has increased the mobile internet usage in the USA and UK.

But in India its a different story ,  only a small percentage of mobile users use internet on their mobile phones.

We are running this poll titled “Do you use internet on your mobile phone ?”

We have kept the choices damn simple .. Just an yes or a no..

Do vote and ask  your friends to vote as well

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