Mobile Video Viewing Is Disrupting Web 2.0 [Headlines]

Mobile Video Viewing Is Disrupting Web 2.0 [Headlines]
technology

Mobile video viewing grows 52% in 2012 while online video viewing declines 10%, signaling a shift to Web 3.0.

Allie Walker
  • 14 may 2012

In a recently released report by Flurry Analytics, time spent viewing video on mobile apps has grown 52% in 2012 while time spent viewing video online has fallen 10%; the gap between time spent watching video online vs. mobile devices is shrinking, signaling a disruption in the industry. Mashable

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