TouchPoints Smartphones and Tablets Report
Smartphones and tablets: Deceptively similar but significantly different…
This latest report from IPA TouchPoints uses behavioural, attitudinal and passive data to compare and contrast smartphones and tablets including how, where and why they’re used.
We’ve identified three key differences:
Smartphones are always at hand and are primarily used for communicating with others and are seen as essential devices. They are used in short bursts both as time-fillers and time-savers.
Tablets, on the other hand, are a relaxation-enabler when at home, providing a source of distraction for users through reading, video and games.
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Last updated 13/06/2016