Exclusive: Most popular Android travel apps in the U.S.
TripAdvisor settles into the No. 1 spot in May with 14.5% of U.S. Android devices having its app. It also ranked first in February. [Travel, apps]
Restaurant apps leave consumers hungry for more
Domino’s and Cracker Barrel top the best restaurant app list. However, restaurant apps on average rank among the lowest compared to other verticals, according to the new report “The Best and Worst Restaurant Apps.” [Restaurants, apps]
Microsoft’s mobile wallet app now has contactless payment
Users of the Microsoft Wallet app can tap their handsets on terminals to checkout at certain retail stores. Microsoft hopes to keep pace with other mobile payment providers. [Payments, technology providers]
Top ranking travel apps in app store searches
This month’s exclusive Mobile Strategies 360/Gummicube Monthly App Store Search Index analyzes the top-ranking travel apps in app store searches. [Travel, apps]
Verizon turns to digital advertising
Verizon will try to build a web video and mobile advertising element using its brands like AOL. [Mobile marketing]
WebMD receives a healthy mobile diagnosis
In the past two weeks, WebMD reduced its mobile home page load time by 0.34 seconds, boosting it up in the mobile performance ranking index Read the full story andsee how this week’s rankings played out.
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Mobile shoppers who make the majority of their online retail purchases on their smartphone, make 61% of those purchases on Amazon.com, according to an Internet Retailer survey. [Retail, trends] Full Story
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