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Average App Store Review Times

Average App Store Review Times

Global mobile statistics 2013 Home: all the latest stats on mobile Web, apps, marketing, advertising, subscribers, and trends... The mobiThinking compendium of mobile statistics and research The stats, all the stats and nothing but the stats… In the past three years, we have gone from a smattering of mobile statistics to an abundance of useful information. But there's still a long way to go, there are still huge gaps in our knowledge, some countries enjoy a proliferation of data sources, while others have little or none; and the quality of statistics varies incredibly. The Compendium of global mobile stats received 882,412 pageviews in 2013, check out mobiThinking’s other compelling reads of last year: Most popular content on mobiThinking in 2013. Finding your way around the mobile stats compendium: The compendium has now been split up into constituent parts, to help navigation and allow us to add even more stats. Section A: Mobile subscribers; handset market share; mobile operators Section B: Mobile Web; 3G Section C: Mobile marketing, advertising and messaging Section D: Consumer mobile behavior Don’t miss:

• Apple iPad: global sales 2010-2014, by quarter <div class="alert alert-error"><b>JavaScript is deactivated</b><br />Our statistics rely on JavaScript to be viewed. Please activate JavaScript in your browser to view this chart or download the statistic as PNG, PPT or XLS file. </div> Showing entries 1 to 10 (17 entries in total) Reading support This graph shows global sales figures for Apple's iPad from the third quarter of 2010 to the company's most recent financial quarter. 4.69 million iPads were sold from January to March 2011 (Q2 2011). • Smartphones: global sales by operating system 2009-2013 <div class="alert alert-error"><b>JavaScript is deactivated</b><br />Our statistics rely on JavaScript to be viewed. Please activate JavaScript in your browser to view this chart or download the statistic as PNG, PPT or XLS file. </div> Showing entries 1 to 5 (5 entries in total) Reading support This graph shows global sales figures for smartphones from 2009 to 2013, broken down by the operating system installed on the phones. You may also be interested in... Show more

Échelles longue et courte Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. On désigne par échelle longue et échelle courte deux systèmes mutuellement incompatibles de noms de grands nombres, et qui sont l’un et l’autre utilisés dans une grande partie du monde actuel. L’échelle longue est le système dans lequel un billion représente un million de millions ou mille milliards, et l’échelle courte est le système dans lequel un billion représente un millier de millions ou un milliard. Avec l'échelle courte, la terminaison est toujours ion (à l'exception de mille). Par contre, avec l'échelle longue, il y a une alternance entre -ion et -iard. Origine[modifier | modifier le code] Les deux systèmes ont été utilisés en France à des époques diverses de l'histoire. Le premier, l’échelle longue, est le système original, tel qu'il a été généralisé par le mathématicien français Chuquet vers la fin du XVe siècle. Dans la quasi-totalité des pays d'Europe et dans le monde, l'échelle longue n'a jamais été remise en cause. « n. m.

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