At XAPP, we recognize that the listening experience, particularly on mobile devices, rarely involves looking at the screen. More often than not, the audio app is in the background and not visible on the device. We present you the Voice Click, a new way to connect consumers to brands.
Smartphones have redefined the definition of "mobile." When listening to audio content, consumers want convenience. XAPP’s interactive audio platform enables consumers to use their voice when they want to take action on an advertisement. Watch the video below to see how XAPP Ads fit into the user experience.
The XAPPmedia research team pulled together market data from Arbitron, BIA/Kelsey, Digital Music News, Edison Research, eMarketer, Forrester, RAB, Triton Digital and Internet radio publishers to create an infographic that provides a comprehensive view of the shift to mobile in the radio internet market.
“People just get it,” was my introduction to XAPP Ads by CTO and Co-Founder John Kelvie. He added, “and they immediately see the potential.” My first conversation with an audio publisher confirmed this. After a one-sentence explanation he said without hesitation, “That’s fantastic. When can I start using it?”
There is a lot of attention paid to the rise of mobile connectivity. Smart mobile devices now saturate the landscape from cities to shopping malls. While this shift has caused advertisers to take note, it has generated a problem. Mobile is viewed as a single behavioral concept when it actually has many different meanings. The industry needs a different model to segment the variety of mobile behaviors. For example, there is a class of mobile behavior that can be best categorized as Ultramobile.