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Messaging most important app for Germans - study

Thursday 15 September 2016 | 12:56 CET | News
Messaging is by far the most important phone application, according to 81 percent of German mobile users, followed by internet browsing at 69 percent, according to a study conducted by TNS Infratest on behalf of O2. Two out of three users (65%) named emails ahead of sending pictures at 60 percent. More than one in two respondents value checking the weather (56%) and almost one in two follow traffic and transport updates. 

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Facebook / Google / Instagram / O2 / Snapchat / WhatsApp / YouTube
Countries: Germany
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