Tracking Data by Country

The following graphs organize the data by country of origination. These graphs show institutional comparisons of mobile phone use. They can provide context for the study’s larger findings, and a comparative gaze into how different parts of the world used mobile phones.

Graph 1: Percentage of respondents who use certain technologies

Graph 2: Mobile Phone Operating System by country

Graph 3: How many times and from where did you read a story or an article on your mobile phone?

Graph 4: How many times did you read a story or an article on your mobile phone that was shared by others, and how was it shared with you?

Graph 5: How many times did you log onto a Social Network site with your mobile phone?

Graph 6: How many times and where did you share something with your Social Network? (Status updates, pictures, videos, links to articles etc.)?

Graph 7: How many times and where did you comment on something in your Social Network that was shared by other people? (Status updates, pictures, videos, links to articles etc.)

Graph 8: How many times and where did you share or comment on something outside of your social networks (Opinions, pictures, videos, links to articles etc.)?

Graph 8: How many times did you use a check-in service with your mobile phone, and which program did you use?

Graph 9: How many times and where did you search for and watch a video using your mobile phone?

Graph 10: How many times did you look at a photo/watch a video on your mobile phone that was shared by others and how was it shared with you?