The report found that as of May 2016, mobile accounted for 52 percent of digital travel-related browsing. However, while consumers are using their mobile devices to browse travel-related content more, the mobile conversion rate is low. Specifically, Adobe found that phones and tablets account for only 21 percent of sales, and that conversion on desktop is twice that of tablets and three times that of phones. In addition, Adobe found that larger smartphone screens are taking browsing time away from tablets. To be specific, as of June 2016, tablets accounted for 10.1 percent of travel website visits, a 13 percent decline year-over-year. Get the full story at Adweek