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One-third of Irish downloading smartphone apps

More than one third of Irish people are downloading apps on smartphones, according to the latest research from Carat Pulse.

20th August, 2011

More than one third of Irish people are downloading apps on smartphones, according to the latest research from Carat Pulse.

The percentage of people using apps has more than doubled from17 per cent a year ago, to 36 per cent this month.

Skype has emerged as a largely male service, with 55 per cent of male smartphone users saying that they used it regularly, compared to 22 per cent of females.

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