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Data suggests 'phablets' are a fad, while mid-sized phones like Apple's iPhone see most usage

Ashleigh Allsopp | April 4, 2013
Mid-size phones such as Apple's iPhone see the most regular usage, while 'phablets' are a 'fad,' with the least amount of regular usage among mobile devices, a new report has found.

In addition, Flurry's report also highlights how long users of the five different form factors are spending across popular app categories.

The results show that medium-sized phones are used the most for playing games, reading books and watching videos, but tablets are the favoured device for playing games, with a total of 29 per cent of gaming app session time attributed to tablet devices.

"We expect that tablets may represent a greater share of time spent in book and video apps in the future as tablet ownership expands and tablet owners branch out into more types of apps," Flurry notes.


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