Report: Apple iPhone and Apple iPad are responsible for 60% of non-PC mobile video viewing
The analysis also showed that users viewing a long-form video were more likely to watch entire ads without skipping over them than those viewing shorter videos. Of course, these longer-form videos contain more ads than shorter clips. FreeWheel also determined that since 2011, the number of videos streamed to mobile viewers has tripled to a total of 1.3 billion.
source: FreeWheel (subscription req'd) via Electronista
2. darac posted on 14 Nov 2012, 02:26 0
There is around 550 million android devices in use now.. vs around 430 million IOS devices.
3. random posted on 14 Nov 2012, 02:27 1
Apple mobile browser share dropped for the first time in last 12 months. it dropped 5% overall in last month and Android at the same time gained 5% of total market share.
Apple has huge share for sure, but it's dropping and I dont think its something Apple is happy about like this articles wants to make it sound.
You can check the trend on netmarketshare.com > then click Mobile >Browser share trend.
4. ahomad posted on 14 Nov 2012, 02:56 2
because iFans spent all their money to buy overpriced iPhone and iPad, so they don't have money to buy a propor laptop or TV to watch movies, lol
5. nobelset posted on 14 Nov 2012, 03:03 1
No, because they can't do other things on their phones other than web surfing.
7. kingpet13 posted on 14 Nov 2012, 06:04 1
I've got two words that I knew would come up as soon as I read the title:Desktop mode.These studies are always screwed, because Android can trick their browser into being identified as something else.