Survey finds location-based services are winning U.S. converts

09/7/2011 | TechCrunch · GigaOm

Location-based services are a growing part of life for many American adults, with 28% accessing at least one such service via a social or mobile platform, most often for maps, directions and recommendations, according to a Pew survey. The study also found that 9% of Internet users add their locations to their social-network pages and 5% use their phones to check in to locations with services such as Foursquare and Gowalla.

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