Smartphone users want GPS capabilities



Smartphone users want GPS capabilities
According to the 2007 Business Wireless Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study released this week by JD Power and Associates, More than 40 percent of Smartphone business users in the United States would like GPS capabilities on their device.

The study also finds the following key Smartphone business wireless usage patterns: 26 percent would like Wi-Fi capabilities, 22 percent want touch screen and 19 percent would like to have a TV integrated into their device. Thirty-five percent of Smartphone owners download third-party software. Popular software downloads among business users include games (51%), travel-related programs (42%) and business applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel (36%).

The 2007 Business Wireless Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study is based on responses from 1,089 business wireless customers who currently own a Smartphone device. Findings are based on data collected in August 2007.

Thursday, November 1st 2007

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