|Mobile-Only Internet Users Surpass Desktop-Only Users For First Time Ever : eAskme|
But this dosen`t mean that mobile users access Internet frequently, but this reports shows users who exclusively use one type of device. This report shows that there is a crossover from people who use both devices.
This is a big and significant milestone. It represents how mobile market is growing and also paints a picture about how mobile users will continue to grow in the future.
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This report shows the decline in popularity of desktop devices and rise of mobile phone users.
In 2014, the total amount of desktop-only users was 19.1%, and this year it is 10.6% this year. In 2014, total amount of mobile-only users was 10.8%, this year it is 11.3% this year. It is clear that desktop-only number of users is declining faster than the rise of mobile-only users.
It shows how mobile devices are becoming more and more popular among world population.
Still it does not underscore the importance of desktop computing:
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there is no doubt that desktop computers are not going anywhere, and for Internet people are relying more on desktops as primary Internet-connected device.