Mobile Marketing Daily
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
  • Apple Drives Half Of Mobile Messages

    Mobile video messaging as a marketing tool continues to gain ground, with participation in MMS (multimedia messaging service) and traditional SMS campaigns on iOS … Read the whole story

  • Sponsor The Sandbox: AR As Personal Expression

    The simple, often cheesy, augmented reality overlay can be turned into an occasion for customers to provide the creativity, engagement, even the irony. Read the whole story

  • Twitter Counters Instagram, Launches Photo Filters

    Twitter adds image editing and filtering to its iOS and Android apps today. This comes only days after Instagram yanked support for seamless image … Read the whole story

  • The Social Photo Wars And You

    In case you missed it, there's a war a-brewing for control of our photographic lives-a war being waged between Facebook and Twitter. Once half-jokingly … Read the whole story

  • Consumers Favor Mobile For Email

    Of all retail, consumer product and real estate emails sent and then opened, about 40% were opened on a mobile device, versus an email … Read the whole story

  • Opera Sings: iOS Still Leads Mobile Ad Pack And iPad Is The Cash Cow

    Despite Android's gains in raw device market share, iOS devices continue to lead in ad monetization and activity, ad platform Opera finds in its … Read the whole story

  • Simultaneous Digital Users

    According to the latest Nielsen Cross-Platform Report, Americans spent more than 34 hours per week in front of a TV set in Q2, 2012, … Read the whole story

  • FTC To Probe Kids' App Developers

    Developers of apps aimed at children still fail to inform parents about the apps' data collection practices, says the Federal Trade Commission. The agency … Read the whole story

  • Consumer Reports/ShopSmart Name Top Shopping Apps

    Consumer Reports' spin-off magazine cited five apps among the best resources for shoppers this past year, including CardStar, ShopKick and Walgreen's. Read the whole story

  • Google Israel Launches Tel Aviv Incubator

    Campus Tel Aviv, a Google program in Israel supporting the growth of start-ups, will provide entrepreneurs a hub to develop and test new ideas. Read the whole story