According to a new report from App Annie on age and usage behavior, email is slowly dying as a communication tool with younger users. For ages 13-24, messaging apps are taking over. Meanwhile, the older crowds (45+) spend far more time on traditional desktop apps such as email and browser.
Email dying as a communication tool is probably not too surprising, it is good to get actual stats against this behavior.
What is interesting, however, are the shopper implications.