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Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
Introducing The Mobile Touch Web
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Introducing The Mobile Touch Web

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This is a brief presentation outlining the key points in Taptu's report 'The State of the Mobile Touch Web' which can be downloaded here http://taptu.com/metrics …

This is a brief presentation outlining the key points in Taptu's report 'The State of the Mobile Touch Web' which can be downloaded here http://taptu.com/metrics

For more info check out our blog or get in touch over twitter @taptu.

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  • You can find more ipad cases http://appleipad-cases.net here. Thanks!
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  • Thanks Amaury. We published just after the iPad launch, we probably missed a trick or two. IMHO the iPad is going the same way - touch-optimized Web content as well as touch-optimized apps.

    On iPad, all of this content needs exactly the same kind of adaptation to touch it does on the iPhone - it's just the screen size is larger. So the Taptu approach of crawling the Web and detecting the touch-friendly sites is going to work just as well for iPad-adapted sites, once the Web develops get moving on this new device.

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  • Very neat presentation ... which doesn't mention the iPad ?
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  • 1. Defused-Regular
  • 2. Introducing The Mobile Touch Web January 2010 Defused-Regular
  • 3. the rise of the touchscreen Defused-Regular
  • 4. • 2007: the iPhone launched Defused-Regular
  • 5. • 2007: the iPhone launched • 2008: the App Store opened Defused-Regular
  • 6. • 2007: the iPhone launched • 2008: the App Store opened Defused-Regular • 2010: there are around 326,000 touch- friendly websites
  • 7. • 2007: the iPhone launched • 2008: the App Store opened Defused-Regular • 2010: there are around 326,000 touch- friendly websites • 2012: it is estimated that the number of mobile touchscreen devices will rise to 680,000,000
  • 8. mobile touchscreen shipments Defused-Regular
  • 9. platform optimized content Defused-Regular References: (Marshall McLuhan) Bill Joy, Alan Kay, Tomi Ahonen, Alan Moore
  • 10. • new mass media platforms often inherit content from their predecessor Defused-Regular References: (Marshall McLuhan) Bill Joy, Alan Kay, Tomi Ahonen, Alan Moore
  • 11. • new mass media platforms often inherit content from their predecessor • platform-optimized content quickly Defused-Regular develops in waves
  • 12. mobile touch screen devices are the next mass media platform Defused-Regular References: (Marshall McLuhan) Bill Joy, Alan Kay, Tomi Ahonen, Alan Moore
  • 13. mass media platform evolution Defused-Regular References: (Marshall McLuhan) Bill Joy, Alan Kay, Tomi Ahonen, Alan Moore
  • 14. the touch ecosystem Defused-Regular
  • 15. it’s not all about the app stores Defused-Regular
  • 16. the touch ecosystem Defused-Regular
  • 17. the touch ecosystem by category Defused-Regular
  • 18. Defused-Regular
  • 19. touch-friendly content Defused-Regular
  • 20. who is making use of the touch web? Defused-Regular
  • 21. touch-friendly web by category Defused-Regular
  • 22. breakdown by sub-category Defused-Regular
  • 23. shopping & services Defused-Regular
  • 24. music Defused-Regular
  • 25. Defused-Regular places, travel & local
  • 26. world affairs Defused-Regular
  • 27. women’s interest Defused-Regular
  • 28. men’s interest Defused-Regular
  • 29. we also measure the quality of mobile touch websites Defused-Regular
  • 30. Defused-Regular Top 10s available in all major content categories
  • 31. the gateway to touch media Defused-Regular
  • 32. sign up for future reports www.taptu.com/metrics more info, tell us what you think www.taptu.com/blog Defused-Regular get in touch @taptu

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