Mobile Statistics (website) is an online resource platform with statistics and reports on global mobile market trends. It is a free service that aggregates data from external sources such as market research companies, device manufacturers and third party news outlets[1]. Unlike other tech and market news sites on the Internet, [1] not only reports on individual events on the mobile market but also collates data in a central data hub with regular updates[2]. Visitors can find a variety of data in graphs and pie charts, and extract what information they need.

Statistical areas covered include smartphone market share, smartphone sales, tablet sales, app store downloads, app store size, etc. Launched in June 2012, Mobile Statistics emphasises visual appeal, a casual writing style and using credible sources to attract both the professional and the amateur. It features interactive graphs, short articles and quirky facts such as "more iPhones are sold daily than the amount of babies born"[3]. Furthermore, links to top British app development companies are featured for businesses and organisations looking beyond mere research of the mobile market, towards engaging with the mobile audience.


Mobile Statistics draws on official information from market research companies (International Data Corporation, Gartner, ABI Research, comScore, Canalys, Distimo, Strategy Analytics, Research2Guidance) in addition to public reports from device manufacturers[4]. Furthermore, the site also draws on secondary sources from third-party news outlets.


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