New data from app analytics provider Flurry released today states that native app usage on smartphones is continuing to grow at the expense of the mobile web. The company claims that users are now spending 2 hours and 42 minutes per day on mobile devices as of March 2014, up from 2 hours, 38 minutes as of a year ago.
so I recently upgraded from a N4 to the N5. After two charge cycles, the N5 seems to be performing far worse than my N4 (both stock unrooted). With my N4, I could usually get 14 hours with 3 hours SOT (all on wifi). With the N5, I can't get more than 12 hours with 2 hours SOT (all on wifi).
I've seen so many threads here and at The Verge that I just don't understand. I've been using Android devices now for about two years and I've NEVER had a problem with battery life being worse than my iPhones. I have a 3GS and the battery on it dies after about 8-10 hours of moderate use. Meanwhile, I'm at 12 hours on my SGS3 and 50% battery.
Many have been anticipating the eventual release of BBM for Android this weekend, as the popular messaging platform will never soon be available to many more smartphone consumers.
However, in what was supposed to be a weekend filled of fanfare for the arrival of the application, we have seen nothing but the exact opposite.
Android users have been waiting hours upon hours for the app to be release
Users of flagship smartphones such as Apple’s iPhone 5s and Samsung’s Galaxy S4 are continuing to suck down more data than their tablet-wielding counterparts, according to a large-scale survey of mobile data consumption in 2013 conducted by JDSU (which last year bought mobile data analytics company Arieso, the company that previously ran the annual survey).
Last year’s mobile dat