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Research Report

Dutch Apps Market - September 2012 edition

Report, published: October 2012
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Dutch Apps Market is a quarterly report that looks at mobile apps development in the Dutch market. The report focuses on apps for communication, instant messaging and social networking. It provides insight on download behaviour during last three months, which kind of Apps are downloaded and which of the mentioned Apps are installed on smartphone. It also gives insight in actual use of mentioned Apps and appreciation from the users. Split is given for market, provider (Hi, KPN, T-Mobile, and Vodafone), age, gender, pre/postpaid, type of OS (iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Android) and for Android also a split on handset brand (HTC or Samsung). This report is based on the continuous online survey conducted by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel over the past twelve months. Every quarter at least 7,500 consumers are asked about their use of mobile telephony, broadband connections, fixed telephony and TV, including details on their current situation, purchasing habits, usage and churn. Results are CBS stratified for gender and age (15-64).

Specifications

Research Type Overview
Published 10 Oct 2012
Pages 22
File Type PDF
Size 666kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions Mobile
Topics Market research / news, Data services, VoIP, Messaging, Wireless, Consumer
Companies Apple, Hi, HTC, KPN, Samsung, T-Mobile, Vodafone

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