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The mobile war is over and the app has won

The mobile war is over and the app has won: 80% of mobile time spent in apps

Only 20 percent of American consumers’ time on mobile devices is spent on the web. A massive majority, 80 percent, is spent in apps: games, news, productivity, utility, and social networking apps.

Turns out, it’s an app world, after all.

According to app analytics firm Flurry, which tracks app usage on a staggering 300,000 apps on over a billion active mobile devices, we spend an average of 158 minutes each and every day on our smartphones and tablets.

Two hours and seven minutes of that is in an app, and only 31 minutes is in a browser, surfing the old-school web.

The mobile war is over and the app has won

The mobile war is over and the app has won

Source: Venturebeat


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26 Reacties

  1. Alexander Bakoulis 5 april 2013 om 07:31

    Mobile will exceed desktop use at 2015. A mobile site is a must for a business whith mobile traffic.

  2. Erik Van Erne 5 april 2013 om 07:37

    Yep Mobile is top.

  3. Louis H Uffmire 5 april 2013 om 07:41

    the numbers speak for themselves apps taken over the conventional internet.

  4. Walter Wässa 5 april 2013 om 07:42

    Yes true, a mobile website is a "Must Have" for all in the near future, a site that automatically fits to the users resolution (Smartphone, Tablet, Desktop, etc. )

  5. Radha Khalsa 5 april 2013 om 07:44

    Wow, apps instead of the web, interesting. Thanks for the SEO tips, especially about redirects.

  6. Richard Gillman 5 april 2013 om 07:47

    That is a really great SEO tip! This is so important for an website.

  7. Mary-Margaret Walker 5 april 2013 om 07:47

    I have to tell you that his is my industry – Games and Apps and it doesn't surprise me one bit that we have grown so much. When I joined 20 years ago I knew I was on the wave of the future!

  8. Mary Helen Ferris 5 april 2013 om 07:54

    WHEN the big boys stopped making the new and improved desk top…and some of them have already….we can take our wings to fly Thanks for this great article LOVE LEARNING here danke schoen, merce beaucoup, thanks greatly so appreciate your support…..blessings to you and yours.

  9. Lawrence Holisky 5 april 2013 om 07:57

    Interesting article, I don't know if I agree completely.

  10. Wyn Davis 5 april 2013 om 10:05

    Mobile apps are ahead because most sites are still not mobile friendly. As this changes mobile browsers will be used more. The war is not over!

  11. Abyd A Sayyd 5 april 2013 om 08:09

    Thanks for the SEO tips, especially about redirects.

  12. Rade (@RadeBigMan) 5 april 2013 om 10:10

    Great info, shared

  13. Mika Douglas 5 april 2013 om 10:16

    Logical, next stop embedded technologies

  14. Akash Bathla 5 april 2013 om 08:20

    Always had a guess that people spend more time on apps than on the net, but the ration would be 20:80… Whooping! Thanks for such an incredible insight!

  15. Tamara McRill 5 april 2013 om 10:35

    I’m actually surprised the Facebook and games percentages aren’t comparable. Interesting stuff!

  16. Dave Gabbett 5 april 2013 om 08:50

    It was always supposed to be this way… the apps… online… the browser… second fiddle… bech'ya Nostradamus has a quatrain that covers it.

  17. John Small (@JohnSmall9) 5 april 2013 om 11:06

    Thanks for sharing!

  18. matt 5 april 2013 om 11:23

    Good to know. Thanks!

  19. Barry Gumm 5 april 2013 om 10:21

    Thanks for that, just give me one that is under my skin so its always with me, and give me the keypad in the palm of my hand.

  20. Rob Yoegel 5 april 2013 om 10:48

    And a firm that Flurry "tracks app usage" would report the mobile web is winning? Once more brands start to finally pay more attention to the mobile web on smartphones and tablets, we'll see what happens.

  21. Al Sbom 5 april 2013 om 10:52

    Interesting, thank you.

  22. Tom Laing 5 april 2013 om 13:44

    Enough said!

  23. Toon Kerssemakers 5 april 2013 om 11:54

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  24. Monica Maria Crapanzano 5 april 2013 om 11:59

    Thanks for the great tips

  25. Jamie Thomson 8 april 2013 om 07:46

    I bet someone once said something similar about AOL winning the web war.

  26. Carolyn 9 april 2013 om 13:23

    Long live the app!

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