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RIM followed in fourth place with 10 percent of all ad impressions for the month. Smartphones continued to surge as a result of rising consumer demand. For the first time, the top-20 mobile devices tracked by Millennial Media included only smartphones and no feature phones. Since April 2010, ad impressions among all smartphones have risen by 51 percent. Overall, smartphones accounted for 68 percent of all the mobile devices tracked last month, with feature phones snagging 16 percent share and connected devices (iPad, iPod Touch, mobile game consoles) grabbing 16 percent as well.
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