article It’s not hard to see why: The United States is the largest economy in the world, with over a trillion dollars in annual exports and a massive population.
But while we’ve seen a rise in internet and mobile apps in recent years, the United State remains a nation of mobile users.
The fact that more than half of Americans are mobile-only may be the biggest reason why mobile apps dominate the market today, according to a report from market research firm Marketo.
The study also found that the US has the world’s fastest-growing population, with the average adult now living longer than ever.
According to a Pew Research Center report, more than two-thirds of Americans were born between 1970 and 1979, which is the most recent year for which the numbers are available.
The average age of Americans has also gone up, to a median age of 42 years old in 2020, up from a median of 38.7 in 1970.
The growth of mobile apps has led to a surge in app usage, which has more than doubled since the early 1990s.
Mobile-only users are more likely to be younger than the general population and they also tend to be more likely not to use the internet.
That means a greater likelihood of finding information that is relevant to your interests.
The Pew Research report found that mobile-based apps like Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ are more than five times more popular than those that rely on desktop software.
Facebook is the world leader in terms of number of mobile-focused apps.
Twitter has the highest number of desktop-focused Twitter apps, followed by Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram.
But Facebook is also the most mobile-centric app, with an average of one mobile-related app per person.
And mobile apps are also more popular among younger users, Pew found.
The average US smartphone owner is currently in possession of roughly 20 mobile-enabled apps, according the Pew Research study.
Of those, a whopping 81 percent are desktop-based, and 12 percent are mobile.
The rest are either web-based or web-only.
But when you look at the number of people who use the Internet in a particular city, the percentage of people using mobile apps is actually higher.
A recent study from the company SurveyMonkey found that 70 percent of US smartphone owners in Seattle, Washington, use a mobile-friendly app.
In addition, the Pew study found that many users have used a mobile app multiple times.
For example, in one survey, 1 in 5 people in Dallas, Texas, had used Facebook several times, and the same was true for 1 in 4 people in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
And Pew found that 18 percent of respondents in Dallas had used a smartphone-based app at least once, while in Minneapolis it was 7 percent.
Of course, these numbers are not necessarily indicative of how people use mobile apps.
Some people are just getting used to the idea of being able to access information in a mobile environment.
But overall, mobile apps seem to be making a comeback.