Infographic: Mobile Usage in Japan, United States and Europe — guess which is not a facebook country

Javier Pérez at Metagràfic.es created this outstanding infographic using data from our comparative report on mobile usage in Japan, United States and Europe.  The report examined multiple dimensions of mobile usage including content consumption, demographic comparisons and top social networking brands across markets to provide a comparative look at how consumers interact with mobile media across various geographic markets.

Mobile Usage Infographic

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Interesting to see how Japan and EU can be like on the opposite ends:
* EU text the most, while Japan is the least. But when it comes to email, Japan emails the most while EU is the least to email.
* Japanese is the most photo takers while is the least, but EU is the most in video capture while Japan is the least.

Twitter beats facebook in Japan for mobile consumption — I wonder why.

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One response to “Infographic: Mobile Usage in Japan, United States and Europe — guess which is not a facebook country

  1. zmfrederick

    Hi,

    Interesting post on Facebook. I think it’s a double-edged sword. It can be amazingly useful but too much is never a good thing. Pretty much true for most the internet…

    I’m running a quick survey on Facebook usage. Check it out if you’re curious!

    http://www.surveytool.com/responders/index/id/1538