Consumers in December spent 13 minutes more per day using mobile applications than they did in June, while Web usage edged down by two minutes, according to data compiled by analytics firm Flurry. The data also show that about half the time spent on apps is devoted to games, while about 30% goes to social networks. Facebook in particular "is demonstrating that it can leverage its hold over consumers at the software level, through the power of the social network, across multiple platforms," said Flurry senior marketing manager Charles Newark-French.

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