Mobile usage is exploding, that much everyone knows. What's more, mobile users prefer apps to websites, this isn't news either. What is new though is that users are now starting to spend more time on their phones than on their computers.
Already, those that access Facebook via their mobile devices, granted, less people than via computers, spend more time on the site, via the app or the browser, on their phones than on their desktops, an hour more time.
Facebook users in the US spent 441 minutes, on average, engaging with the social network on mobile devices, contrasted with 391 minutes on their desktops, that's 7 hours and 20 minutes compared to 6 hours and 30 minutes.
Facebook is hardly the only example, people spent two hours on Twitter via the official apps and the mobile website, compared to just 20.4 minutes on the site on their computers.