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  1. Android’s New Feature Paves Way for Apps Replacing Web

    Native app usage continues to dominate mobile Web usage, with the percentage of time spent in native apps up 6 percent in 2014 to 86 percent versus 14 percent mobile Web usage. After all, most major companies have both a mobile app and a website...

  2. Cross-Device Measurement: Believe the Hype

    These methodologies are essentially irrelevant on the mobile Web, as they don’t work for apps and that’s where consumers spend almost 80 percent of their time when on a mobile device. This technology works by linking the device on which an ad is...

  3. Mobile Advertising Measurement: Winning the Long Game

    Mobile apps that require a user to first register (i.e.create a user profile, before enabling the full functionality of the app), measuring the completion of the registration allows you to distinguish users who have a genuine interest in using...

  4. How BuzzFeed Piggybacked on Mobile & Social to Quickly Build a Massive Audience

    Specifically, 58 percent of mobile time spent on BuzzFeed comes via mobile web vs.percent on apps, in stark contrast to the 84 percent/16 percent app vs.mobile web split seen across the web overall. But those BuzzFeed mobile app users, as it turns...

  5. The Multi-Platform Majority Has Arrived. Are You Ready?

    Apps, Not Mobile Web, Driving the Multi-Platform Majority Today, 85 percent of overall total time spent on mobile devices takes place within apps, a clear sign that this inherently optimized experience is the preferred pathway to mobile content.

  6. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Google's hegemony in the browser extends here as well – in addition to the main search app, Google owns an additional four out of the top 10 mobile apps on the market (Maps, Play, Gmail, and YouTube) and is taking the lead in moving away from a...