Apps, Mobile & SMS

Want Fans To Pay More Attention To Your Project? Get An App

image from A new analysis by mobile analytics firm Flurry shows that, for the first time ever, daily time spent in mobile apps surpasses desktop and mobile web consumption. "This stat is even more remarkable," according to Flurry, "if you consider that it took less than three years for native mobile apps to achieve this level of usage, driven primarily by the popularity of iOS and Android platforms." Here are the stats:

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  1. Looking at that pie chart, it’s clear that your music app should have a social element to it… not just a bio page and mp3 player…

  2. Social aggregate Networking on Music is significant for the user’s evaluation on blends , it’s not any more the choice of numbers only
    How many of us ever thought on the individual’s back ground instrumental choices on the same track
    How language gaps can be sorted out , is that easy by the music lovers considerably a large chunk of population to easily remember any piece or how on the same track in different languages co-related interludes with different melody cycle
    How loneliness a traditional driver of social networking can be substituted by wellness
    This are some pure conglomerate diversification’s to begin with to reshape the above pie chart
    Joymalya Chakraborty

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