Goodbye Desktop

The percentage of emails opened on a mobile device has risen from just 4% in May 2009 to 20% in May 2011 while desktop client usage has declined by 11%. Webmail has shown the least change over two years, with a 4% decline.

via Users abandoning desktop email clients for mobile, study reports – Mobile.

Is this true for you?

I have to say… it probably is for me.  I check my email all the time on my phone.

Very rarely do I respond to email via my phone, unless:

1.  It’s urgent; or

2.  I will be away from my desktop/laptop for an extended period of time.

How about you?  Do you rely more and more on your mobile device when it comes to email communication?

Todd

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