Expectations of capturing 880 billion in 2014, driven by the proliferation of smart devices




Expectations of capturing 880 billion in 2014, driven by the proliferation of smart devices

Should help the spread of smart devices, particularly mobile phones, users around the world to increase the standard of the number of photographs by 2014.

A study of expected Yahoo to capture approximately 880 billion image through 2014, with a large proportion of those pictures people took of themselves.

The Oxford Dictionary describes “process for people to take pictures of themselves via smart phones camera or webcam PC” Selfie “, a term adopted by the famous English Dictionary, a year after the widespread use of the term, particularly on the Internet.

The report of the Agence France-Presse that factors the spread of smartphones equipped with a camera and the ease of posting photos on social networks has helped in increasing numbers of images captured by the persons themselves, and the increasing numbers of pictures taken around the world.

Samsung was revealed in a study on spread of shots “Selfie” in Britain, that 17 percent of the men taking photographs of themselves, in the process about 10 percent of women.

This will help the spread of applications sharing pictures like “instagram” and “snap” the chat more personal pictures which picked up people for themselves, along with the increase in the use of social networks.

The average rate of the pictures that are shared via share photos “instagram” 55 million a day; and “application users snap chat” over 400 million a day, an increase of more than 50 million share day on Facebook.

The study of the past had spotted the big deployment for smart devices, particularly mobile phones by 2013, Cisco predicted that by the end of this year, the number of smart phones will become more than the number of humans on Earth.
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