Aux US, le temps passé sur mobile dépasse désormais celui de la télévision (177 vs 168 min)

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The advantages of developing software for a device that stays pretty much glued to consumers 24 hours a day appear to be paying off. According to Yahoo!-owned mobile analytics firm Flurry, time spent on mobile devices has grown to 177 minutes per day on average, surpassing time spent with the TV, which stayed flat at 168 minutes per day. Furthermore, time spent on mobile devices grew 9.3 percent from the first quarter to the third quarter of 2014, the firm’s president and CEO, Simon Khalaf, said in a blog post. “Most app developers didn’t know back in 2008 that they would be building the next generation of TV channels,” Khalaf said. “Many consumers installing apps also didn’t know that they were tuning in to new TV channels.”

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