According to Flurry, 49 percent of all the time spent with mobile apps is spent with games. According to a study of data taken from the sessions from over 140,000 mobile applications, users are spending more time on mobile apps than they are using their PC to browse the Internet.

The study also shows that Google, Apple and Facebook are fighting over who will get the most mobile eyeballs; Facebook has to deal with the fact that most of their Flash games don’t work on mobile platforms, despite the fact that social networking is the second most popular activity for mobile apps. Facebook is hoping to correct this with Project Spartan which would allow Facebook apps to run on top of the Facebook Messenger app instead of the iOS app equivalent.