21 Jun Time Spent on Mobile Apps Surpasses Time Spent Surfing Web
I’ll admit, I was a mobile app skeptic. With HTML 5 integration and innovative web design technologies I thought mobile apps would eventually be pushed aside for more dynamic mobile websites. I thought the mobile website route was more efficient since it is less expensive and more nimble from the content creator perspective. However, the marketplace is proving otherwise. According to a new report from research firm Flurry, mobile app use is outpacing Web browsing. This includes both desktop and mobile web browsing. This is a major development.
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- Mobile app use outpacing web browsing, says report (news.cnet.com)
- Mobile apps leaving the web behind in usage (tuaw.com)
- Consumers Now Spending More Time on Mobile Apps Than the Web [STUDY] (mashable.com)
- At 81 Minutes per Day, Mobile App Use Tops Web Browsing (readwriteweb.com)