Apps Bring March Madness to the Office
This chart illustrates if and when Americans use mobile apps to follow March Madness during the workday. According to Soasta the majority of fans plan to follow the tournament at work.
- Most used mobile apps in France as of March 2015Most used mobile apps in France as of March 2015
- Leading mobile apps in the United States 2016, ranked by unique visitorsLeading mobile apps in the United States 2016, ranked by unique visitors
- Most popular mobile apps in the UK in 2012, ranked by unique visitorsMost popular mobile apps in the UK in 2012, ranked by unique visitors
- Google: global annual revenue 2002-2016Google: global annual revenue 2002-2016
- Number of monthly active WhatsApp users as of 2013-2017Number of monthly active WhatsApp users as of 2013-2017
- U.S. internet usage penetration 2016, by age groupU.S. internet usage penetration 2016, by age group
- Most popular Apple App Store categories 2016Most popular Apple App Store categories 2016
- Mobile ad spend worldwide 2015-2020Mobile ad spend worldwide 2015-2020
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