U.S. Traveler Mobile Usage 2018
When Apple introduced their first smartphone in 2007, the main function was to make phone calls. Ten years later, adoption of smartphones, with their many capabilities, has skyrocketed.
Among U.S. travelers, smartphone adoption happened even faster than with the general population. As early users, travelers embraced the opportunity to shift travel tasks from their desktop to their smartphones.
This short report provides a complete view of the U.S. Traveler Mobile Usage:
- How many travelers own smartphones
- What tasks they now assign to their smartphone instead of their desktop/ laptop/tablet
- How they use smartphones when in-destination
Other components of the U.S. Traveler Technology Survey Eighth Edition series:
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