Would you still use Instagram with ads?

Would you still use Instagram with ads?

Instagram is a cool app and has a strong following among young and old, tech enthusiasts, and casual tech users alike. Within the app, Instagram has offered a particular experience and provided quick tools to accomplish simple light powered edits to images. Although this sounds great and does not need fixing, it is only a matter of time until the app is monetized to get a sufficient return for the development that was required to produce the app. Also, the infrastructure built up to the support the users and their media is not free. Simply put, being cool in and of itself does not pay the bills. Instagram will have ads

If Instagram was modified so that ads fit onto the various modules within the app, would you still use the platform?

  • A. If ads show up, I am gone.
  • B. It depends on how many and if they are intrusive. How does it affect the overall experience?
  • C. Is the app still free? Who cares?

Is it still the iPhone still industry standard for the smartphone market

iPhone still industry standard?

For many, the iPhone was the beginning of the real smartphone era. Even though there was Blackberry, Windows Mobile, and Symbian before it, the iPhone was the first one that made the touchscreen the preferred interface. The iPhone also ushered in the wave of app developers that took advantage of the new demand that followed the growth surrounding the iOS ecosystem. Later followed by Android and the successor to Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, everyone has played catch up since (and some may have jumped in the lead when it comes to some metrics).

What device is the industry standard in your eyes?

When making a purchase decision in regards to your smartphone needs, which product do you compare all others to?

  • A. Samsung Galaxy line
  • B. Apple iPhone
  • C. Motorola Android
  • D. Windows Phone Lumia from Nokia
  • E. Blackberry Z10
  • F. Other

Preferred Search Engine

Which is your preferred search engine?

Google has the largest market share and has a very high percentage of web traffic routed through it. However, is Google your preferred search engine? There are a lot of competitors out there and a lot of choice. This is the reality even though it feels like Google is the only game in town. For starters, Yahoo is the top destination on the web, neck and neck with Google. Yahoo search is powered by Bing, and Bing is a busy destination for a lot of visitors on the web.

Ask.com is an option many of us encounter when we update Java on our PCs. And now we have options like SIRI and other search assistants. What is your opinion?

  • A. Google
  • B. Ask.com
  • C. BING
  • D. I prefer voice assistants like SIRI
  • E. Yahoo
  • F. You mean there are other ones besides Google?

What makes your choice your preferred search engine? Is it about ease of use? How about auto-fill with suggested search selections? Does it make it easier to find the businesses you want to deal with? What makes a search engine valuable to you and how does it improve your ability to get the information you need to be more productive?