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Everybody has one

World Population
7.1 billion

Mobile Phones
6.8 billion

Clean Drinking Water
6.4 billion

Source: The ...
We replace them often

USA

21.7 months

Germany
45.7 months

Japan
46.3 months

Average device replacement time - Source:...
Android dominates smartphones

Android

794 million (69%)

iOS
153 million (19%)

Windows
33 million (3%)

Worldwide Smart...
And now tablets

Android

141 million (62%)

iOS
74 million (33%)

Windows
11 million (5%)

Worldwide Tablet Sales 2013 - ...
Going mobile means going smart

Feature Phones

5.3 billion

Smartphones
1.5 billion

Landlines
1.2 billion

Source: Inter...
As smartphones take over

Smartphones
968 million

Feature Phones

839 million

Tablets
217 million

Annual sales 2013 - S...
Tablet adoption is rising

Tablets

Notebooks

Desktops

285 million

192 million

98 million

Forecast shipments for 2014...
Staying connected with smartphones

Talk

15 minutes

per day

Text
12 minutes per day

Social Network
10 minutes per day
...
Business usage is growing

In 2012 an estimated 821 million mobile devices will be
purchased by business. This will grow t...
Mobile matters to business

76% of businesses say mobile devices increased employee
responsiveness and decision-making spe...
BYOD is happening

92% of US employees used their personal device for work
purposes in 2013. 62% do so on a daily basis.
S...
Mobile to dominate IT agendas

Mobile AD projects targeting smartphones and tablets will
outnumber native PC projects by a...
Mobile first

By 2017, 90% of enterprise applications will be both desktop
and mobile, up from 20% in 2013.
Source: Gartne...
Selected applications

The majority of workers use smartphones to view documents, spreadsheets, or
presentations. Tablet u...
Mobile first for mail

In the US 65% of email gets opened first on mobile devices.
Source: Movable Ink, 2013

learn. do. d...
Native v Browser v Hybrid

By 2016 more than 50% of mobile applications deployed will
be hybrid.
Source: Gartner, 2013

le...
It doesn’t stop there…

The market for wearable devices is predicted to grow from
$1.4 billion in 2013 to $19 billion in 2...
Wearables drive mobile development

Wearable devices will account for 50% of total application
interactions by 2017.
Sourc...
Internet of things

The internet of things will push the number of connected
devices from 1.9 billion today to 9 billion b...
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  1. 1. The Mobile World .... learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  2. 2. Everybody has one World Population 7.1 billion Mobile Phones 6.8 billion Clean Drinking Water 6.4 billion Source: The World Bank, 2012/2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Electricity 5.6 billion
  3. 3. We replace them often USA 21.7 months Germany 45.7 months Japan 46.3 months Average device replacement time - Source: Recon Analytics, 2011 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Brazil 80.8 months
  4. 4. Android dominates smartphones Android 794 million (69%) iOS 153 million (19%) Windows 33 million (3%) Worldwide Smartphone Sales 2013 - Source: Gartner, February 2014 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Blackberry 19 million (2%)
  5. 5. And now tablets Android 141 million (62%) iOS 74 million (33%) Windows 11 million (5%) Worldwide Tablet Sales 2013 - Source: Strategy Analytics, January 2014 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Blackberry 1 million (0.2%)
  6. 6. Going mobile means going smart Feature Phones 5.3 billion Smartphones 1.5 billion Landlines 1.2 billion Source: International Telecommunication Union, February 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Tablets 0.4 billion
  7. 7. As smartphones take over Smartphones 968 million Feature Phones 839 million Tablets 217 million Annual sales 2013 - Sources: Gartner, February 2014 : IDC, January 2014 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Landlines No growth
  8. 8. Tablet adoption is rising Tablets Notebooks Desktops 285 million 192 million 98 million Forecast shipments for 2014 - Source: Canalys, November 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  9. 9. Staying connected with smartphones Talk 15 minutes per day Text 12 minutes per day Social Network 10 minutes per day Internet 9 minutes per day Source: Experian Marketing Services, May 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com Email 6 minutes per day
  10. 10. Business usage is growing In 2012 an estimated 821 million mobile devices will be purchased by business. This will grow to 1.4 billion by 2016. Source: Gartner, November 2012 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  11. 11. Mobile matters to business 76% of businesses say mobile devices increased employee responsiveness and decision-making speed. Source: Cisco Systems, 2012 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  12. 12. BYOD is happening 92% of US employees used their personal device for work purposes in 2013. 62% do so on a daily basis. Source: CISCO BYOD Insights 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  13. 13. Mobile to dominate IT agendas Mobile AD projects targeting smartphones and tablets will outnumber native PC projects by a ratio of 4:1 by 2015. Source: Gartner Predicts, 2012 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  14. 14. Mobile first By 2017, 90% of enterprise applications will be both desktop and mobile, up from 20% in 2013. Source: Gartner Predicts, 2012 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  15. 15. Selected applications The majority of workers use smartphones to view documents, spreadsheets, or presentations. Tablet users are more likely to edit content. Source: Cisco Systems, 2012 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  16. 16. Mobile first for mail In the US 65% of email gets opened first on mobile devices. Source: Movable Ink, 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  17. 17. Native v Browser v Hybrid By 2016 more than 50% of mobile applications deployed will be hybrid. Source: Gartner, 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  18. 18. It doesn’t stop there… The market for wearable devices is predicted to grow from $1.4 billion in 2013 to $19 billion in 2018. Source: Juniper Research, December 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  19. 19. Wearables drive mobile development Wearable devices will account for 50% of total application interactions by 2017. Source: Gartner, 2013 learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
  20. 20. Internet of things The internet of things will push the number of connected devices from 1.9 billion today to 9 billion by 2018. Source: BI Intelligence, February 2014 Images sourced via shutterstock learn. do. dream. www.redpilldevelopment.com
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