As desktop usage has largely remained flat over the past year for top web properties, mobile usage continues to surge, according to new research from comScore. In fact, many of the major social networks are seeing far more traffic and time spent coming from mobile devices than from desktops, as the mobile/desktop divide continues to [...]

As desktop usage has largely remained flat over the past year for top web properties, mobile usage continues to surge, according to new research from comScore.


In fact, many of the major social networks are seeing far more traffic and time spent coming from mobile devices than from desktops, as the mobile/desktop divide continues to grow. Among the largest social networks, only Linkedin and Tumblr maintain a majority share on desktop, while newer social networks such as Instagram, Snapchat and Vine are almost exclusively mobile.
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Source: www.comscore