App-addiction Grips the UK

The average Brit will look at their smartphone around 28 times a day, which works out at more than 10,000 times every year, according to a survey.

Researchers say that 4,000 of the checks are being made compulsively without any particular goal in mind.

However, one in 10 smartphone users are opening their device more than 60 times a day and one in three say they are addicted to looking at their various app updates.

A spokesman for the firm that undertook the survey, Casumo, said: “The instances of compulsive checking are higher than we imagined and shows our phones are a habit as they are an aid.”

The survey found that Brits are spending 58 minutes a day using their smartphone with the most popular app being Facebook. In second place is WhatsApp, with Gmail and Instagram in third and fourth places.

However, the survey also reveals that while Facebook takes first place, users believe other apps deliver more benefits with Google Maps being number one for usefulness followed by WhatsApp and Gmail.

Black Friday sees major boost to mobile phone app use

The number of people using mobile phone apps to score a Black Friday bargain has rocketed with 39% of sales online being made over a mobile phone, according to IMRG.

Also, Vouchercloud says that 63% of its online traffic came from smartphones compared with 27% using desktop computers and 10% using tablets.

The report from IMRG says that since Friday is a working day there’s an unusual trend since most people are at work and unlike last year, mobile sales were being used steadily throughout the day.

Apple revealed to have major privacy flaw

Security researchers say a popular app has a major privacy flaw and mines information stored on the smartphone to work out where the user is.

The researchers from Stamford University say that PinMe will use data from the accelerometer and gyroscopes among other information to work out where the user is – even if the apps don’t have access to the phone’s GPS.

The app can calculate whether the person is travelling by car, foot, plane or train and also chart their travel.

The researchers say that phone makers need to introduce software that will enable a user to switch off all sensors in a bid to protect their privacy.

Meanwhile, researchers at the Yale University have found that there are hundreds of Android apps that are riddled with trackers.

They say the trackers are being used for targeting advertising, location tracking and behavioural analytics.

They point out that these apps may have a legitimate application but are operating, most often, without the smartphone user’s knowledge.

Researchers found that of the 300 apps they inspected, 75% had trackers.

In other Miratrix mobile phone app news …

Google has unveiled a new app for Android smartphones that enables users to stay under pricey mobile data limits in developing countries. The new service is called Datally and helps users close down data transmission by various apps easily.

Hundreds of new drivers in the UK have been banned for using their mobile phone while behind the wheel of a car. The bans are automatic for new drivers.

Police in Gwent are trialling a new app for sending emergency images and follows in the footsteps of West Midlands Fire Service testing a similar app. Gwent’s two-month pilot will use a mobile phone app that will enable the public to provide a livestream or photographs of emergency incidents for control room operators to use.

GPs in the UK will soon be able to offer a prescription using a clinically approved app while sitting opposite a patient; a trial will begin in Merseyside from January. The app will see prescriptions for 10 drugs being trialled with a target of 100 more being added in subsequent months.

Millions of Phones at Risk from App Mistake

Millions of smartphone users have been put at risk because of a simple coding error in 685 phone apps, warns security firm Appthority.

The mistake means that the user’s text messages and calls are at risk of being intercepted by hackers – particularly if app developers have used the Twilio Rest API or SDK platform.

Researchers say the developers have mistakenly coded credentials for accessing services, calls and texts by provided by Twilo Inc.

Apparently, hackers can access credentials by reviewing the app’s code to gain access to data sent via those services. The flaw has been dubbed ‘Eavesdropper’.

Among the affected apps are the AT&T Navigator, which is pre-installed on many Android phones and GPS navigation apps from Telenav though researchers say they have been careful not to name all of the affected apps – and Twilio’s users include Uber and Netflix.

Shares in Twilio fell by nearly 7% after the report from Appthority was published.

The end of paper receipts?

Mobile banking apps could see the end of paper receipts since a new app could see digital receipts being used instead.

Barclays Bank has now teamed-up with tech outfit Flux to trial its new Launchpad app with 10,000 customers.

The new app means there will be no longer receipts clogging up wallets because they will be stored digitally and be harder to lose; the digital receipt will also prove beneficial in finding a receipt should a purchase break or if there is a warranty issue.

However, for the new scheme to work effectively, retailers will need to use software that enables them to send their receipts digitally to customers.

Growing numbers of stores, including New Look and Topshop, are moving away from printed receipts already by emailing them to their customers instead.

With the new system, there’s no need to hand over email details since the Barclays pay machine will send a receipt directly to the customer’s mobile phone app.

In other mobile phone app news …

Smartphone users in the UK are increasingly comfortable sharing their device’s location with an app, compared with two years ago. Around 55% of phone users said they are comfortable doing so while 11% said they always allow their apps to access their location, says marketing firm Verve.

A new app for smartphones may help parents keep their children safe while on social media, particularly to help prevent them from sending explicit images, messages and personal details. The Oyoty app will run automatically to detect whether an image is showing too much flesh and will suggest a rethink before the child user sends it out.

The rise of tracking apps for plane flights has been revealed with the news that 230,000 people followed Priti Patel’s eight hour flight back to the UK before resigning from government. FlightRadar24 says the international secretary’s flight is now the most monitored ever.

Facebook says the UK is the first country outside of the US to get its Messenger payments service. Launched in 2015, the app is used to split restaurant bills and send money, among other uses, with most users sending £38 on average. Facebook says the UK has been chosen because there are so many ‘mobile savvy consumers’ in the country.

Global App Downloads Reach Record Levels

The growing popularity of apps has been underlined with news that nearly 26 billion apps were downloaded around the world, a rise of more than 8%, over the past year.

The figures are for new downloads and do not cover app updates or reinstalls.

The worldwide consumer spend for apps for Google Play and iOS has also increased by 28% to reach nearly $17 (£12.9) billion.

The researchers also reveal that app usage is also increasing at ‘significant pace’ and the time people are spending an apps is also increasing to 325 billion hours in the third quarter of 2017.

The growth of apps being downloaded is driven by new smart phone owners with the consumer spend on Google Play is nearly double in the third quarter of this year than that recorded by iOS.

The world’s largest market for spending on apps is China which has just recorded its highest ever annual growth figures.

Half of young Brits use banking apps

Banking apps are proving increasingly popular with more than half of British ‘Millennials’ regularly using their mobile phone for their financial affairs, says a survey.

The findings from Visa reveal that 38% of Brits are using banking apps regularly while for 18 to 34-year-olds, the figure rises to 53%.

However, 31% of millennials confessed that they have never used a banking app before.

Of the financial activities, most are using the apps for making payments securely and the users are increasingly keen to use biometric technology for authenticating their identity.

A spokesman for Visa said: “The retail banking industry has been revolutionised with mobile technology and until recently conducting simple transactions meant visiting a bank branch.

“Now banks are embracing the flexibility being offered by apps to enable customers to stay on top of their finances while they are on the move. Anyone with a tablet or smartphone can now take their bank branch with them.”

Dating apps have hacking vulnerabilities

A number of dating apps have been found to have vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers, says Kaspersky Lab.

The Russian firm says the vulnerabilities enable a user’s location to be accessed easily while the Android versions of some apps enable a user’s messages to be accessed.

Hackers can also, in some cases, log into a person’s profile.

The researchers say that the apps, including Zoosk, Tinder, WeChat and Happn, can have their location data hacked.

In separate research, Kaspersky also points out that growing numbers of us prefer to use mobile devices rather than computers for our online activities.

However, they add that there is a blasé attitude from users about their device’s security with online threats increasing.

In other Miratrix mobile app news …

An app unveiled by Facebook which is aimed at making users be more productive is now available as a desktop version. Workplace Chat, which is similar to Slack, could only previously be accessed via a mobile phone and, Facebook claims, around 30,000 organisations are now using the app.

Security experts at Check Point are warning that the Reaper botnet has now infected more than one million organisations and their computers and mobile devices. The firm says that those behind the network may be gearing up to wreak havoc soon.

Travel firm says that in 2018 travellers will increasingly use technology and apps when arranging their travelling experiences. They also want to use technology to better understand their accommodation and destination before booking.

Amazon has unveiled a new Kindle app which will, the firm claims, encourage people to read more e-books using their mobile phones. They say the new app has been inspired by books and so the app has the ‘look and feel’ of reading a real book with larger book covers and new fonts. There’s also a new community tab for readers to access the Goodreads community.

America’s Most Used Apps Revealed

New research has revealed that the most used mobile apps in America are Facebook, YouTube and Facebook Messenger.

The findings from ComScore also revealed that the average adult mobile phone user spends around 2.3 hours every day on their mobile apps.

When the data is analysed, apps account for 87% of the time used, while the mobile web is used for 13% of the time.

However, the most popular apps that have been placed on the home screen for quick access are: Facebook, Gmail, Google Maps, Amazon and Facebook Messenger.

The findings also reveal that millennials, those people aged between 18 and 24, spent two thirds of their digital media time using a mobile app – more than any other group.

Millennial’s hate uncool app designs

Comscore’s findings also reveal that Millennials are often left unimpressed with an app’s design and are killing them off at an unprecedented pace.

They will delete the app if they don’t like how it appears on the screen and logos also matter.

The firm adds that Snapchat is closing in on Instagram for popularity.

Spyware fears leads to apps removal

The fear over spyware has led to Google removing more than 500 apps from its online store.

The move follows findings from security firm Lookout which revealed that the apps could spread spyware on the user’s Android phone.

The software has the ability to siphon a user’s personal data without alerting them or the app creator. Indeed, most of the app developers were unaware of potential security flaws.

Among the apps to cause potential problems are SelfieCity and Lucky Cash – both of these have now been fixed.

Mobile phone satnav use could lead to ban

Drivers in the UK who use their mobile phone as a satnav could be facing hefty penalties.

The government has warned motorists that they will be breaking the law if they run a navigation app on their phone while driving.

The crackdown on drivers using their mobiles while behind the wheel began in April.

However, it appears that the message has not entirely reached everyone and drivers are being warned they face prosecution if they use a mobile phone while at the wheel of a car.

In addition to a £200 fine, drivers can also be banned from driving.

Android Oreo begins roll-out

The new OS for Android, Oreo, will be rolled out over the coming weeks for Nexus and Pixel phones.

There are various cosmetic updates and new features for Oreo and the OS will be, Google claims, more popular than Nougat which is used on 15% of Android devices.

The firm says phone makers look set to launch or upgrade their new devices to Android 8.0 Oreo by the end of the year.

This is the eighth major release for what is the world’s most popular mobile OS.

In other Miratrix mobile phone app news …

Facebook has revealed that its users can take 360° photos using its app and use them as a cover image. The capability is now being rolled out and users can tag friends and also zoom into the image.

Repairing the damaged screen of a mobile phone could lead to hackers gaining control of the device. An Israeli university says hackers can plant spyware in the screen and users are warned to avoid third-party screens for their replacement since these can connect to chips in a mobile device and allow hackers access to apps and the phone’s camera.

Kaspersky Labs says there’s been an unusual spike in activity for mobile Trojan clickers to steal cash from Android users using WAP (wireless application protocol) billing. There are now thousands of affected users around the world including Russia and India.

Most Popular Apps of 2016 Revealed

2016 has been hailed as a big year for digital with Facebook dominating the most popular app chart with 146 million average unique users every month.

That’s 14% more than in 2015 and Facebook Messenger comes second in the Neilsen chart with 129 million unique monthly users.

In third place is YouTube with the fastest growing app being the Amazon App which rocketed by 43% and Instagram rose by 36%.

The chart also analysed what smart phone owners are using to access apps with 53% using Android devices, 45% using IoS, 2% are using a Windows phone and 1% use Blackberry.

The top 10 of smartphone app use in the US for 2016 sees Google Maps in fourth place followed by Google Search then Google Play and Gmail makes an appearance in seventh place.

Instagram is in eighth place while Apple Music is ninth and the Amazon app makes an appearance in 10th place.

Phablet take up soars

The growing popularity of Phablets – smartphones with a minimum screen size of 5 inches – means they will become the main form of phones around the world in 2017.

Research from Flurry reveals that Phablets accounted for 37% of new phones in the run-up to Christmas which is 10 percentage points higher than the year before.

Medium size phones, such as the iPhone 7, accounted for 45% of all new device activations though this is a fall of nine percentage points.

However, by the middle of 2017, phablets will account for 59% of mobile devices while medium sized phones will account for 29%.

The good news for mobile phone app developers is that the larger devices encourage longer app usage and better app experiences.

From their research, the firm says that the owners of a phablet will launch 21% more apps than those owning smaller screen smartphones.

Their average session length is also 3.5% longer.

In addition, developers will struggle to compete in an increasingly crowded app market which is set to reach $102 billion by 2020, according to App Annie.

In response, app developers need to adapt their strategy is to capture a rapidly growing market and stay abreast of consumer preferences and trends.

There may also, says the research firm, need to adopt different monetisation strategies for different apps.

China bans military fitness apps

Chinese military authorities are warning that soldiers using fitness apps could be posing a security threat.

That’s because the software may track a soldier’s movements and location and inadvertently reveal military secrets.

Soldiers have also been warned about posting workout results onto social media platforms.

In one instance, a fitness instructor had to delete social media posts since they revealed exactly where he is based and 43% of soldiers apparently have motion tracking apps.

In other Miratrix mobile phone app news …

From January 1, it will be illegal to hold a mobile phone while driving in California after a new law was enacted. Drivers cannot hold a phone ‘for any reason’ even when accessing apps.

Free Dating Apps Hit Online Romance Sites

The growing popularity of free dating apps means that the Internet’s major players such as are seeing their profits drop by 80%.

Users are now switching to mobile-based Tinder and free apps when looking for love.

One media analyst says that the mobile phone app medium has now ‘come of age’ with 70% of the UK’s internet users using their smartphone to do so.

Among the reason for the switch is that growing numbers of people are refusing to pay for a romance service and opt to use free dating apps instead which is also helping push up mobile usage.

Uber app gets a makeover

The popular taxi app Uber has undergone a makeover which includes the use of third-party app interaction.

The app itself has been streamlined to focus more on ease-of-use and their passengers needs in the first revamp since 2012.

Among the changes is to select a favourite person as a destination and the Uber app will accept that.

However, several new tools have been added to ensure passengers will not miss a journey again and travel apps can now link up with the offering.

Facebook signs up 25% of world population

The march of Facebook continues with news that it has now signed up around a quarter of the world’s population and one in six of us are using it every day.

The number of active monthly users on the site has risen by 16% since last year with a reach of 1.8 billion people.

This means that one in four people are accessing Facebook around the world at least once every month and nearly 1.2 billion people use the social network every single day – that is around one in six of the world’s population.

In addition, more than 1 billion people are using the Facebook mobile phone app and around 1.6 billion people are checking their Facebook account every month on a mobile device.

The rising popularity has seen the company generate more than £5.7 billion in revenue in the third quarter of this year; that’s a rise of 56% on last year’s quarter.

Mobile devices dominate internet use

The use of mobile devices shows no sign of abating with one research firm projecting that in 2017, 75% internet use will be on mobile devices and this will grow to 79% in 2018.

The findings from Zenith, a mobile ad firm, show that smart phone penetration is rising around the world and it is now the main route for accessing the internet.

As result, businesses as well as brands will need to improve their mobile offering for their users, says the firm.

Along with the growing number of smartphones now in circulation, faster internet access and the popularity of widescreen devices is helping to fuel the dominance of mobile.

Taxi drivers fight back over multi-booking

Taxi drivers in Hull say they are fed up with people double-booking taxis and are now fighting back which could see users of their apps being blacklisted.

Taxi drivers say they are being left out of pocket when clubbers struggle to get a cab and decide to exploit the area’s taxi apps to book several taxis at once.

Indeed, growing numbers of private hire firms in the region have been investing in smart phone apps to enable people to book a cab more easily.

But passengers who are fed-up waiting for cab, particularly at weekends, are booking more than one taxi to boost their chances of a lift but now taxi drivers say they will refuse fares if they believe the passengers have been multi-booking.

In other Miratrix news …

Google Tango, the firm’s augmented reality technology, has been unveiled on its first smartphone. Although it’s only available on a Lenovo device, industry watchers believe other phone makers will offer the technology with lots of AR optimised apps being unveiled in the near future.

The next generation of text messaging has been unveiled for Sprint subscribers using Android devices with a new Google Messenger app offering rich communication service (RCS). The new service adds more functionality which includes seeing when another person is typing a response to a text message.

First GP App Passes CQC Test

The first medical app aimed at offering a GP service has been given the go-ahead by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who have deemed it to be ‘safe’.

Dr Now will, says the CQC, offer safe care that meets the ‘relevant regulations’.

The new app is one of two digital healthcare provisions, the other is Babylon Health, and is part of an independent health pilot project.

From April 2017, the CQC will be rolling out a regulatory regime for meeting the needs of an ever expanding number of digital healthcare providers within the UK.

Discount app thrives in Russia

The economic slow-down in Russia has seen a phone app that highlights discounts rocket in popularity.

Edadeal now has more than two million users who are looking for discount deals in shops, cafes and supermarkets.

The app is tapping into a growing mood for thrift among Russians which is experiencing its worst economic crisis for many years.

The app has been downloaded more than six million times and there are 2.4 million active users who use the app at least once a month.

Children check devices 10 times a night

Research has revealed that schoolchildren as young as nine are checking their smartphones more than 10 times a night because they fear ‘missing out’.

The study was commissioned by leading organisation of headteachers and they found that one in four children admit to feeling tired during the school day because they are waking up at night to respond to their phone’s notifications.

The youngsters are checking apps including Snapchat, WhatsApp and Twitter.

Some teenagers say they receive around 100 notifications every night but have no idea how to turn them off.

In other mobile phone app news …

Facebook is spinning out its Events app so it’s no longer part of its main offering with the firm saying it should be easier for users to find local events and keep on top of friends’ invites. They are also including an interactive map so users can see what’s happening nearby.

Microsoft is to unveil a slew of new products later this with industry watchers predicting that there will be several apps available for smartphones as well as PCs. It looks like Windows 10 is being developed to offer users and developers more opportunities to develop apps that work on PCs tablets and smartphones.

Whatsapp has unveiled a facility for users to paint on their photos – just like the Snapchat facility. The social media platform is looking to change the way users share their photos by sprucing up their creations and help drive up traffic.

Phone Apps Face Cull on Apple’s App Store

From September 7, Apple will begin reviewing apps on the App Store and removing those that do not meet its exacting standards.

The firm says that apps that are up-to-date and of good quality will be safe but those apps that crash when launched will be immediately removed from the store.

Other apps that do not meet their guidelines will see developers getting 30 days to make changes to improve them.

Apple also says it’s also going to crackdown on the naming of apps including those that use words purely to push the app up search lists. Long app names are also going to be curtailed – a new limit of 50 characters is going to be introduced.

Many of those being removed initially will be apps that have not been updated for a long period of time and which no longer function as they were intended to do.

With more than 2 million apps in the firm’s App Store a clear-out may well be overdue though Apple watchers are waiting to see how many are actually removed.

Australian banks criticise Apple Pay

Four banks in Australia are accusing Apple of operating a cartel over its mobile payment platform, Apple Pay.

The banks want access to the firm’s contactless technology so they can develop third-party applications for its customers without them having to use Apple Pay.

With more than 3,000 financial institutions now using Apple Pay, it’s unlikely the banks will succeed with their aim but they’ve put a complaint into the country’s Competition and Consumer Commission and is urging the watchdog to act.

Students are addicted to their smart phones

Researchers have revealed that students are addicted to their smart phones with some owning more than one and apps play a big part in their lifestyles.

The findings from Mobile World Live reveal that 83% of respondents check their phone within five minutes of waking up every morning.

The most popular apps for students are WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram which account for 65% of the market and all are owned by Facebook.

Students also make great use of mobile banking apps and despite the dominance of Amazon, many prefer real-world bookstores to buy books for their studies.

However, it appears that using smartphones for making voice calls is now falling in popularity with many students opting to use messaging services instead.

Meanwhile, in a UK survey of children’s use of smart phones, it appears that games are the most popular uses for them, for 63% of mobile phone owners, while apps come a close second for 58% of children.

The study by Halifax revealed that 73% of youngsters aged between eight and 15 now own a mobile phone and nearly all of them own a tablet too.

It also appears that other digital devices are falling out of favour with one in three owning an iPod and just 22% owning an MP3 player.

In other mobile phone app news…

Coming soon – booking Uber by phone rather than by app. Uber and Lyft in the US have realised that there’s a massive market of elderly customers who would use their services but who don’t own smartphones, hence the introduction of phoning an operator to book a car.

A survey has revealed that half of the UK’s mobile phone users do not know their data allowances. The findings from giffgaff reveal that 52% are unaware of the limits with many regularly going over their allowance with users mainly accessing the web, social media and messaging functions.

App Store Revamp Will Change How People Discover Apps

A new makeover is being planned for Apple’s App Store in the next few weeks which will introduce a ‘For You’ tab to make finding apps easier.

It also makes it easier for Apple to push phone apps it believes users will want based on prior downloads and purchases.

This is the first time the App Store will have tailored content that is based on a user’s preferences though they have previously had ‘Apps we love’ and ‘Hot right now’.

Industry watchers say the new tab will work in a similar way that Apple Music offers recommended artists to users and will mine a user’s data to find out what they like.

App allows users to summon special forces

It was only a matter of time but now there is an app that enables users to summon ‘Special Forces’ at the touch of a button.

It’s been launched by a London-based company that will track a user’s location around the clock and also analyse where they are for nearby threats and alert the user by sending messages to their phone.

It’s called ‘Overwatch’ and it also has a panic button that will alert a team on the ground, and they may be armed if necessary, to rescue the user in one of 88 countries in which they work.

The idea is that the rescue team will save them from terrorist attacks and natural disasters as well as medical emergencies and criminal activity.

The price for round-the-clock protection starts at £65 a month.

Switzerland unveils security app

In a bid to alert people that a natural disaster or terrorist attack is underway, the authorities in Switzerland have announced plans for a new mobile phone app.

The app will be on sale next year and will be run by the federal police and the Federal Office for Civil Protection.

The move follows similar systems that already exist in some German states and in France.

Switzerland already has a text alert system to warn people of child abductions which was launched in 2011 but it is only available for those who register for the service.

Now the mobile phone app will be a fully-fledged online disaster alert service and will send out warnings in French, German and Italian to warn of floods, earthquakes as well as nuclear accidents. The app will also warn people of terror alerts.

App will detect when phone is used by drivers

Drivers in Qatar who use their mobile phones behind the wheel will find this will become more difficult after the government unveiled its own app that will detect when a mobile phone is being used by a motorist.

Work on the app started in 2014 and the government says it expects a low take-up for what is a voluntary app.

However, the government is targeting employers to install the app onto their employees’ phones to encourage wider adoption since the government believes that employers have a range of regulations that restrict the use of mobile phones while driving.

Essentially, managers can set the parameters for when the app can and cannot be used and any violation can be used by the employer as a result.

The government has also a consultation about how drivers can restrict the use of mobile phones when they are driving.

Prisma heads to Android

It’s been a popular app on iOS for a while now, and the makers of photo editing tool Prisma have launched it for Android users.

Prisma is popular because it enables users to turn a photo into a work of art by simply overlaying filters that turns the images into a painting.

In other Miratrix app news

Facebook is apparently targeting users on Chrome and Safari to use their Messenger. So far around 900 million people use the app regularly but many Facebook users have used a loophole to avoid using the Messenger app as they use the browsers that do not force users to commit to Messenger.

Windows Office has received another minor update in its Windows Store. The official release has made the use of various apps much easier including the ability to move and drag tables in Word Mobile.

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