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Study: Mobile Web browser obsolete classical 22 June 2011

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In the U.S., has now been measured first, how widespread mobile surfing really is

The surprising result: Mobile browsing has already overtaken the traditional desktop-based browser.

According to the number of minutes of that spends an average user before the wired or mobile screen, it is 9 percent more time on mobile devices according to flurry of Web research. In June 2010 there were 64 minutes on the day before the traditional browser, 43 minutes for mobile surfing; December 2010 were desktop surfing against 66 minutes it 70 minutes mobile and in June 2011 are there estimated 74 minutes wired against 81 minutes, who surfed on the road.

Facebook most hungriest
The researchers have included for mobile platforms and apps on BlackBerry, J2ME, Android, Windows phone, and iOS in their investigation. Web-side, the Internet itself, mobile Web presence but also networks such as Facebook have been observed. Facebook it returned 14 of this 74 minutes, the average user has

[via dcellphoneshop]

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