October 5, 2015 | Lucy Tozer
The National Readership Survey report has revealed that more than half of UK newspaper readers of four national titles access news from mobile devices, rather than print or via a computer.
56.9% of Independent readers access content from their smartphones or tablets. 53.2% of the Daily Mirror readers access content on their handheld devices, as well as 50.7% at the Guardian. The Telegraph is not far behind, with 49.3% of their readers reading news on phones and tablets.
According to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulation, the digital audience at the Express has also recently been on the rise, as the title has reached over one million daily readers in both June and July of this year.