In general, consumers are very well aware of the dangers associated with unknown email, and according to a global survey conducted in February 2019, 45% of Internet users say they avoid accessing email from unknown addresses. Recent industry data shows that the trend for cell phones extends to email as well: in December 2018 43 percent of e-mails were opened with a cell phone. Gmail is a free e-mail service owned by Google and the company said there were 1.5 billion active Gmail users worldwide in October 2018, up to 3.9 billion in 2019 and 4.48 billion in 2024. As a premium user, you have access to background information and details about the disclosure of these statistics. Given the mobile domain, it is not surprising that the iPhone mail application was the most popular mail client, accounting for 29 percent of open emails. As a premium user, you have access to detailed sources and background information on these statistics. Desktop email clients have fallen to 18 percent, and web email accounts for 39 percent of openings. While most unwanted but ultimately benign emails are annoying, consumers are right to be afraid of malicious emails that could endanger their accounts and digital devices. Despite the growth and importance of mobile applications for messaging and chatting, e-mail is an integral part of everyday life on the Internet. Statistical accounts: Access to all statistics.