The Evolution of Mobile Learning

Almost everyone in the world has a smartphone. It’s really amazing when you take a second and picture it. According to data from Ericsson, there were 6.401 billion smartphone users in the world as of June 2021 – more than 80% of the world’s population. Ericsson projects that smartphone use will increase to 7.48 billion by 2025.

These numbers represent a sharp increase over previous predictions: that there would be 5.8 billion smartphone users by 2025. With that in mind, if your learners aren’t using smartphones, they’re an anomaly. Even if your organization doesn’t provide mobile devices to your learners, most of your learners likely have at least one personal device, and that device is probably a phone. We use them for everything: work, play, communication, and of course, mobile learning.

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