Posted by: David | May 18, 2009

More than half of mobile users get content

Online Media Daily from MediaPost reports that headline conclusion today based on a study from Frank N. Magid Associates.

(There is no detail available on the Magid site, at this writing.)

On a weekly basis, Online Media Daily, says:

… mobile content users spend about the same amount of time with mobile media — at 39 minutes — as the average user does texting (39 minutes) or talking on their phones (44 minutes). Not surprisingly, people also spend longer periods playing games, listening to music and social networking on mobile devices than on more utilitarian fare such as news, weather and sports scores.

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