Consumers now spend more time on the mobile Web

Consumers spend more time on mobile applications on the web for the first time, says a new report.

Flurry comparison of moving data to comScore and Alexa statistics, and found that in June, consumers spent 81 minutes per day using mobile applications, compared with 74 minutes of web surfing. (See table below). The change comes as a combination tablet and smartphone shipments eclipsed those of desktop and laptop for the first time, according to a recent report by Mary Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

Consumer spending time blast found a 9% increase, on average, the use of mobile applications. The report found that growth in the use of mobile applications came mostly more sessions per user, rather than longer sessions in general.

The sessions, usually consumed by the use of games and applications for social media, which was 47% and 32% of the total amount of time used for such applications.

If the statistics confirm the data is the vindication of Wired, which last year declared: "The Web is dead," and predicted that applications will soon exceed