Smartphone Shoppers Rarely Close the Deal

March 10th, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

by Felix Richter,

In the past couple of years, smartphones and tablets have become integral parts of our everyday lives. Mobile devices have changed the way we work, the way we read, the way we consume media AND the way we shop.

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Tablets account for more traffic than smartphones do, and the conversion rate on tablets is much higher than it is on smartphones. The data suggests that tablet users actually make purchases on their device while smartphone users browse products and check prices on the go but turn to bigger devices or actual brick-and-mortar stores to make the purchase.

Infographic: Smartphone Shoppers Rarely Close the Deal | Statista
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