October 7, 2015

Analytics: A “Who, What, and When” of iPad and iPhone Users

The team at Flurry (an analytics provider) have shared a in-depth blog post (with three charts) at who uses iPads and iPhones, what they do with them, and when do they use them.

Section Headings Provide Some Clues as to What You’ll Learn:

  • iPhone Goes Out; iPad Stays In
  • iPad Is For Learning and Playing — Not Navigating
  • iPad Is For Evening; iPhone Is For Late Night

Here’s one of the three charts you’ll find in the complete blog post.

Direct to Full Text Blog Post, “The Who, What, and When of iPhone and iPad Usage” (via Flurry)

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