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  • The rise of the app industry can be directly traced to the launch of the Apple App Store in 2008 for iPods, which single-handly marked the start of the app revolution.
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    • 1. You Say You Want a Revolution: smartphones, tablets and the rise of the app<br />By: @emilyadavies<br />FILM 315 <br />Photo by: Scott Kleinberg-Flickr<br />
    • 2. Photo by: Aaron Escobar-Flickr<br />REMEMBER WHEN…<br />
    • 3. A phone was just for talking? <br />
    • 4. When computers were bound to a desk?<br />
    • 5. Enter: Smartphone <br />
    • 6. Image by: NewComTech-flickr<br />1.2 billion mobile phones were sold in 2009 <br />19% of all phones sold were smartphones<br />
    • 7. Photo by: ianfogg42-flickr<br />Smartphones have changed the way the world communicates. More than just a phone, Smartphones act as HANDHELD COMPUTERS. <br />
    • 8. The typical cell phone user now spends 30% of their cell phone usage on data. <br />Image by: Carly & Art-flickr<br />
    • 9. Image by: William Hook-flickr<br />The average iPhone user spends 55% of their cellphone usage on non-talking activities.<br />
    • 10. Image by: mikepj-flickr<br />The rise of the app industry can directly be traced to Apple’s launch of its “App Store” in 2008, which single-handily marked the start of the app revolution. <br />
    • 11. The App Store originally launched with 500 available apps in July 2008.<br />Image by: podsix-flickr<br />The App Store opened <br />By June 2010, 225 000+ apps were available to download.<br />
    • 12. But Apple isn’t alone….<br />
    • 13. Google and RIM are competing with Apple with their Android and Blackberry OS operating systems. <br />
    • 14. ANDROID<br />Image by: leolankan-flickr<br /><ul><li>Launched October 2008
    • 15. Growing by 886% each year
    • 16. 150,000 available apps on Android Market
    • 17. Open source</li></li></ul><li>Blackberry<br />Image by: ArtistOnline-flickr<br /><ul><li>Blackberry App World launched April 2009
    • 18. 35,000 registered App developers
    • 19. 3 million+ daily downloads
    • 20. 25,000 available apps on App World</li></li></ul><li>Regardless of your platform, there’s now an app for practically everything. <br />
    • 21. Enter: Tablet<br />Image by: The Life of Ty-flickr<br />
    • 22. According to a 2011 AdMob survey:<br /><ul><li>43% of respondents said they spend more time on their tablets than their desktops and laptops.
    • 23. 68% of people said they us their tablets for about an hour a day
    • 24. 84% use their tablets primarily for games
    • 25. 28% use their tablet as their primary computer </li></ul>Image by: Axel Burhmann-flickr<br />Image by: Luis Alberto Arjona Chin-flickr<br />
    • 26. Image by: Carrie Bradshaw-flickr<br />The AdMob survey also found that people spend more time with their tablets than reading books.<br />
    • 27. Mobile apps have the ability to store more information than found in any public library or museum. <br />
    • 28. The rise of the app has made traditional books an endangered species<br />Image by: Dioctria (David)-flickr<br />
    • 29. Image by: brianpcurran-flickr<br />RIP PRINT CULTURE?<br />
    • 30. List of Sources<br />All Images<br />www.flickr.com<br />Information:<br />http://www.geeksugar.com/Tablet-Facts-15559238?page=0,0,1#4<br />http://www.azcentral.com/business/consumer/articles/2010/03/31/20100331apps-computing-computing.html<br />http://mashable.com/2010/12/03/cell-phone-mobile-infographic/<br />http://designerscouch.org/view-log/Infographic-Of-The-Day-The-Tablet-Takeover-1744<br />http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/rob-magazine/the-age-of-the-app/article1510836/singlepage/#articlecontent<br />http://www.youtube.com/user/SybaseInc#p/u/22/0aUQLIPdtg8<br />http://www.theberryfix.com/fun-facts-series-blackberry-app-world<br />http://crackberry.com/rim-vs-world<br />

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