It’s interesting to see some statistics about the average number of minutes consumers spend per day in mobile native apps vs. the web, and  daily time spent in mobile apps from the Flurry Blog.  However, I prefer they provide more description of each category. For me, to large extent, playing gams is a part of entertainment; therefore, game apps are entertainment apps.

There are numerous mobile apps  (e.g., Apple store). I don’t need to mention every one.  But I think this new service should be noted:

Celly focuses on transforming Education and Community with cellphones and cloud computing. It enables you to create mobile chat groups called cells. Text messages sent to a cell are forwarded by Celly to specified cell members. In this way, Celly users can communicate and collaborate as a group in realtime using the immedicacy and convenience of text messaging.

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