Time Spent On Mobile Apps Has Surpassed Web Browsing [Headlines]

Time Spent On Mobile Apps Has Surpassed Web Browsing [Headlines]

Mobile app analytics firm Flurry has released a new study that shows that people are using 9% more time daily on mobile apps as compared to web browsing in terms of number of sessions.

Valentina Park
  • 27 june 2011

Mobile app analytics firm Flurry is releasing a new report today comparing the daily engagement of smartphone users on mobile apps vs. web browsing on the PC. Flurry says that daily time spent in mobile apps has now surpassed web consumption.

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