Aug 27, 2015

Seven Years Into The Mobile Revolution: Content is... | Yahoo Developer Network

By Simon Khalaf, SVP Publishing Products Last year, on the eve of the sixth anniversary of the mobile revolution, Flurry issued our annual report on the mobile industry. In that report, we analyzed time spent on a mobile device by the average American consumer. We ran the same analysis in Q2 of this year and found interesting trends we are sharing in this report. After putting the desktop...

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