Wired was right when their September 2010 cover story declared the Web is Dead-source Yahoo.

For the first time ever, in a new study by Flurry , Americans are spending more time using apps on their mobile devices than they are surfing the Web.

Metatron (MRNJ), through is i-Mobilize division, is one of the only publicly traded Mobile App companies, and has over 1000 apps for sale in iTunes and other platforms.

According to Flurry, the company that produced the report, people in the U.S. currently spend an average of 81 minutes using mobile apps each day, compared with 74 minutes spent online.

Both figures have increased in the past year, but mobile app usage has exploded. In June 2010, Americans spent an average of 64 minutes on the Web, 43 minutes with apps, according to the study.

“This stat is even more remarkable if you consider that it took less than three years for native mobile apps to achieve this level of usage,” the study concludes.

Recap of recent Metatron/i-Mobilize events:

46% Quarter over Quarter Revenue Growth
Company turned a profit
500,000+ downloads of Apps (2000+daily downloads)
1,000,000 iAd impressions served (45%+ monthly growth in ad reach)
1250+ Apps developed, 1000 on sale in iTunes and other platforms
2 New Video Game Apps released, more in development
Android/Roku Apps released with partner Mediafly
i-Mobilizeit.com App Store beta release (200+apps and growing)
New Content Deals signed
Auto-Recurring Subscription Apps developed, soon to be released
New Eckhart Tolle TV App released (#1 Best-Selling Author in Oprahs Book Club)
Glenn Harrold apps released best-selling Self-Help Author/Hypnotist in UK, his apps ranked in top 200 worldwide.
Facebook App store announced and in development

Corporate website:http://metatroninc.com/
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/iMobilize
News Blog: https://metatroninc.wordpress.com

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