Mobile Overview Report (MOVR)

ScientiaMobile's Mobile Overview Report (MOVR) has been featured in The New York Times and it provides timely data about device usage trends – focusing on smartphone, tablet, and feature phone usage – drawn from a sample of ScientiaMobile's internal data sources, averaging over 1 billion hits per month.

Report Highlights
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Launch: We compare how quickly the new Samsung Galaxy S9 is gaining market share. We compare this to past Samsung Galaxy and Apple iPhone launches.
  • WebRTC support: We analyze the popularity of browsers supporting WebRTC, the real-time communications functionality found in many modern browsers.

 

  • JPEG 2000: Apple’s Safari browser has supported this efficient image format for years. We analyze the impact of automatically optimizing JPEG images to make use of JPEG 2000 file format.
  • Brazil Spotlight: We compare the mobile usage of Brazil on top smartphones, tablets and operating systems during 2015 Q1 vs. 2018 Q1
2018 Q1 Report

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See our MOVR data - drawn from a sample of our internal data sources, averaging over 1 billion hits per month.

Key Findings

Our short and sweet version of the MOVR, the MOVR Infographic summarizes global trends into continent-level data.

Source Data

Get to the heart of our findings by downloading our data. We offer files in CSV, JSON delimited, and JSON complete data files below.

Customized MOVR

Our mobile analysis at your fingertips. Need specific reporting or mobile insight? We can customize a complete MOVR to your specification. Ideal for consultants and data research companies.

Previous MOVR Reports

About Copying, Editing, and Redistribution

Mobile Overview Report and Key Findings: Users are free to copy and redistribute as long as they follow the license terms under the Creative Commons Attribution–Non Commercial–No Derivatives 4.0 International License.

Source Data: ScientiaMobile encourages users to remix, transform, and build upon this data set as long as the license terms under the Creative Commons Attribution–Non Commercial Share Alike 4.0 International License–are followed.