2012 China Mobile App Store User Behavior Report - Reports

September 13, 2013 – 09:21
Online Get Cheap Star Mobile Sale

Overview

Men made up 57.9% of mobile app store users whereas women accounted for 42.1%. Mobile app store users were mainly aged between 18 and 35. East China region, the most developed region in China, had the largest number of mobile app store users with a share of 38.9%.For users who downloaded apps via mobile devices, mobile app stores were the primary channel with a share of 24.9%, followed by apps’official websites at 24.5%.

Table of Content

1.1 Gender and Age
1.2 Region and Province
1.3 Education and Occupation
1.4 Monthly Income of Non-student Users and Monthly Allowance of Student Users

2. Mobile App Store User Behavior

2.1 Usage Rate of Different Types of Mobile App Stores
2.2 Ways to Access Mobile App Stores
2.3 Download Channels via PC and Mobile Devices
2.4 Login Frequency
2.5 Types of Apps Downloaded
2.6 Average Monthly Number of App Downloads
2.7 Spending on App Downloads
2.8 Number of Apps Installed
2.9 The Factor Valued the Most by Users
2.10 Reasons Why Users Did Not Use Mobile App Stores

3. User Comparison of Different Types of Mobile App Stores

3.1 Gender Distribution among Different Types of Mobile App Stores
3.2 OS Distribution among Different Types of Mobile App Stores
3.3. Mobile Device Price Distribution among Different Types of Mobile App Stores

4. User Comparison of Mobile App Stores of Different OSs

4.1 Types of App Stores Used By Users of Different OSs
4.2 Average Monthly Number of Apps Downloaded by Users of Different OSs
4.3 Average Monthly Spending on App Downloads by Users of Different OSs
4.4 Number of Apps Installed by Users of Different OSs
4.5 Types of Apps Downloaded by iOS and Android Users

List of Figures

Figure1-1 Gender of China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure1-2 Age of China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure1-3 Region of China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure1-4 Top 20 Chinese Provinces by the Number of Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure1-5 Education of China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure1-6 Occupation of China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure1-7 Monthly Income of China Mobile App Store Non-student Users in 2012
Figure1-8 Monthly Allowance of China Mobile App Store Student Users in 2012
Figure2-1 Types of Mobile App Stores Used by Chinese Users in 2012
Figure2-2 Ways to Access Mobile App Stores by Chinese Users in 2012
Figure2-3 The Most Frequently Used Channel for China Mobile App Store Users to Download Apps via Mobile Devices in 2012
Figure2-4 The Most Frequently Used Channel for China Mobile App Store Users to Download Apps via PCs in 2012
Figure2-5 Login Frequency of China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure2-6 The Number of Apps Downloaded by China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure2-7 Percentage of Free Apps Downloaded by China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure2-8 Spending on App Downloads by China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure2-9 Monthly Spending on App Downloads by China Mobile App Store Mobile Phone Users in 2012
Figure2-10 Monthly Spending on App Downloads by China Mobile App Store Tablet Users in 2012
Figure2-11 The Number of Apps Installed by China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure2-12 The Factor Valued the Most by China Mobile App Store Users in 2012
Figure2-13 Reasons Why Chinese Users Did Not Use App Stores in 2012
Figure3-1 Gender Distribution among Different Types of Mobile App Stores in 2012
Figure3-2 OS Distribution among Different Types of Mobile App Stores in 2012
Figure3-3 Mobile Device Price Distribution among Different Types of Mobile App Stores in 2012
Figure4-1 The Most Frequently Used App Store Type by China Mobile App Store Users of Different OSs in 2012
Figure4-2 Average Monthly Number of Apps Downloaded by China Mobile App Store Users of Different OSs in 2012
Figure4-3 Average Monthly Spending on App Downloads by China Mobile App Store Users of Different OSs in 2012
Figure4-4 The Number of Apps Installed by China Mobile App Store Users of Different OSs in 2012
Figure4-5 Types of Apps Downloaded by China Mobile App Store Users (iOS) in 2012
Figure4-6 Types of Apps Downloaded by China Mobile App Store Users (Android) in 2012

Source: www.iresearchchina.com

There are lots of SIP softphone clients

2009-09-12 10:49:36 by Aviator

That will allow you to do that, so you don't necessarily need Skype. Skype is useful for computer to computer (or smartphone) chats or calls (video or voice) that are free. For a small amount of money, you can call out to the PSTN (landline) or mobile phones. International call quality on Skype to Skype calls is fairly decent, and I've had lengthy conversations between the U.S. and France, England and China with no problems.
SIP is a standard protocol as opposed to the proprietary protocol used by Skype (a special gateway can bridge calls between Skype and SIP networks). With SIP, there are a wide variety of service providers that allow you to take advantage of very competitive pricing

New iPhone 5C seen as too costly for most Chinese  — The Japan Times
BEIJING – Apple's lower-cost iPhone 5C will retail for more than $700 in China, putting it out of reach of most consumers and raising questions over the firm's ability to build sales in the world's biggest mobile market.

Related posts:

  1. China Mobile's 2012
  2. WiFi China Mobile Price India
  3. China Mobile Karachi Prices
  4. China Mobile Mumbai Price List
  5. China Mobile Price below 2000