Smartphones are everywhere in the English-speaking world, and around the globe they number one for every four people.
News organisations are increasingly seeing most of their web traffic coming from mobile devices – and most of that is driven by social media – so is it still worth making an app if the audience don't use it?
In this week's podcast, news editor Alastair Reid speaks to:
- Trei Brundrett, chief product officer, Vox Media;
- Simon Fry, mobile and tablet product manager, the London Evening Standard, the Independent and i;
- Demian Perry, director of mobile, NPR;
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