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Markus Nitsche <[log in to unmask]>
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Markus Nitsche <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 3 Jul 2013 17:11:00 +0200
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Hi Ryan,

thanks for sharing your results, I really appreciate this. I'm replying to
all because I think this might be important to some of the other readers.

There's one point in your infographic that is unclear to me, namely the
"most commonly used email apps". There, you distinguish between "Native
Mail App" and "Gmail App". However, if I use an Android device, I need a
Google account (at least if I want to use the app store), and the only
Email app installed by default is Gmail. Thus "Gmail App" and "Native Mail
App" are actually the same on Android devices (at least this is what seems
logical to me). How did you draw this distinction and in which way is this
reflected in the numbers in your infographic?

Thanks for the info,

2013/7/2 Ryan West <[log in to unmask]>

> Hi All -
> Back in April we contacted this group for volunteers to take part in a
> survey on mobile email use.
> In appreciation for all those who shared their insights with us, we're
> giving back with this infographic that describes how people use email,
> particularly on phones.
> We hope you enjoy this summary of one of our research projects as much as
> we enjoyed doing it.
> Thank you
> - Ryan
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