First of all, they concluded that 16.7 million US mobile phone users accessed a check-in service in March 2011. 12.7 of those folks were on smartphones, which is not surprising. Also not surprising is the fact that the majority of the users were between 18-34 years old. Compared to mobile users in general, 23.3% of check-in folks were full-time students and nearly half of check-in users were employed full time.
What’s interesting to note, is that when it came to general mobile media usage, check-in users returned results very similar to early adopters. 40.3% said they read tech news, 28.2% owned a tablet and a whopping 95% use applications or the browser on their phone.