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Canada ranks ninth in app-making: report

The U.S. and China were responsible for the bulk of the apps created in 2017.

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Canada’s prolific smartphone market skews to iOS: study

Newzoo says Canada is ahead of the global market in terms of smartphone usage, and a preference for iPhones might indicate more spending power.

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Mobile OS use overtakes desktop globally, but Canada lags: study

StatCounter’s five-year reports show that Android has become the most popular operating system for internet users globally, but for Canada, desktop still boasts the highest share.

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North Americans over-index on in-app purchases: study

A new report by AppsFlyer says companies should still need to use more data to keep users engaged over time.

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More smartphones, more streaming: report

With 75% of the Anglophone population using smartphones, consumption of audio and video content on those devices is also up.

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Visible minorities overindex in smartphone use: MTM

They are also spending more time online and utilizing the second screen more than the average Canadian, according to a new report.

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The app-etite of an Android user

Android users are on an average of 35 apps a day according to new research from Yahoo Labs.

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The Globe uploads an Android app

The national newspaper is delivering a curated experience to readers and advertisers on a new app exclusive to Android tablet users.

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Spotify available for Canadian download

The app is upping its presence in Canada, with country specific content rolling out in the coming months.

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La Presse+ to launch on Android

The digital newspaper, which has been live for nearly a year on iOS, will launch on select Android tablets at the end of April.

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Canadian Family launches sponsored iPad edition

The launch kicks off with the magazine’s March issue and is part of a larger initiative from publisher St. Joseph Media.

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iPhone the most popular second screen: Seevibes

Almost half of Canadian TV chatter on Twitter happens on the Apple devices, according to the Montreal-based social TV analytics firm.

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Breaking down why Hook is the video-playback fix for Android

Live streams on some Android devices were “nearly impossible” until Ooyala debuted this piece of video technology, according to a new report that looks back on its recent use.

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Former MediaCom CEO launches sound-based app

Doug Checkeris tells MiC about Qwyrk, a new app that allows users to add sound effects and songs to social media updates and emails.

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2012 Mobile Future in Focus: comScore study

The report states that Canadians are increasingly using mobile to access retail and commerce sites.