It's a wonderful day at wemakisolutions, LLC. In the article "Mobile App Usage Increases In 2014, As Mobile Web Surfing Declines" written by Sarah Perez on April 1, 2014, reveals that Mobile App use is continuing to rise.
As you can see by the chart above, Mobile App useage has increased in the first three months of 2014 over last year, and it will continue. Perez writes: "“New data from app analytics provider Flurry released today states that native app usage on smartphones is continuing to grow at the expense of the mobile web. The company claims that users are now spending 2 hours and 42 minutes per day on mobile devices as of March 2014, up from 2 hours, 38 minutes as of a year ago. Meanwhile, mobile app usage accounts for 2 hours and 19 minutes of that time spent, while mobile web usage has dropped from 20% of the U.S. consumer’s time in 2013 to just 14% – or 22 minutes per day – as of last month.
Additionally, she wrote: "...in the new report, Flurry also examined which app categories remained most popular year-over-year, and found that gaming still dominates mobile usage with 32% of time spent on iOS and Android devices (same as last year), while Facebook remained a strong second with 17% of time spent on mobile." The rest of the article is interesting, but I wanted you to see the what Mobile Apps were popularly used. It's time for the Church to make an impact in the Mobile market. It's time to reach people where they are - and as we can see, they are mobile.
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