Roughly half of the company respondents said that their email and website efforts are very well integrated, but far fewer could say the same about mobile messaging (16%), mobile apps (14%), or the mobile web (13%).
Overall, the top 50 apps ate up 58% of US users’ app time, Nielsen determined.
According to Nielsen, US Android and iOS app users spent 101 billion minutes per month with their apps in March 2012, more than double the amount from a year earlier.
DOMO created this infographic to illustrate how much data is created every minute.
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