Flurry: Mobile app usage grows 35%

Flurry: Mobile app usage grows 35%

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New Mobile app usage grew by 35 percent in 2012 while TV viewing remained the same and web browsing dropped slightly, says mobile app monetization company Flurry. A new report from San Francisco-based Flurry showed the rise of mobile devices as a competitor against other media formats such as TV and...
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