comScore: 25% Of U.S. Smartphone Users Use A Tablet

Posted on Jun 9 2012 - 7:12am by Editorial Staff

comScore in its latest report states new insights on the U.S. tablet market from comScore TabLens. The report suggests that 1 in every 4 smartphone users in U.S. using tablets during the three-month average period ending April 2012. The study also found that tablet users were nearly three times more likely to watch video on their device compared to smartphone users, with 1 in every 10 tablet users viewing video content almost daily on their device.

“Tablets are one of the most rapidly adopted consumer technologies in history and are poised to fundamentally disrupt the way people engage with the digital world both on-the-go and perhaps most notably, in the home,” said Mark Donovan, comScore SVP of Mobile. “It’s not surprising to see that once consumers get their hands on their first tablet, they are using them for any number of media habits including TV viewing.”

16.5 percent of mobile phone subscribers used a tablet, representing an increase of 11.8 percentage points in the past year in April 2012. Growth in market penetration was even more apparent among the smartphone population with nearly 1 in 4 using a tablet device in April, an increase of 13.9 percentage points in the past year. A lower 10.4 percent of feature phone owners use a tablet, suggesting that smartphone ownership is highly predictive of tablet adoption in the current market.

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  • So how about a tablet and a feature phone?

    • karenn1617

      Well, for that wait for other report to come in front of us and will analyse accordingly.