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  • Mobile is championing the reading revolution
  • Mobile is championing the reading revolution
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Mobile is championing the reading revolution

A 'mobile reading revolution' is taking place in developing countries, with 62% of people reading more thanks to the rise of smartphones. With greater access to information in our pockets, is mobile the key to tackle literacy problems in the developing world?

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