When it comes to mobile development, religious wars can be fought about the question of web 2.0 vs native.

Mobile Business Briefing now brings us the following nugget:

Research house IDC said that 79 percent of surveyed mobile app developers plan to integrate HTML5 into products they launch this year.

The company said that by 2015, more than 80 percent of all mobile apps will be either wholly or in-part based on the web technology.

Even though I still believe that native apps are the way to go, this sounds interesting – stay tuned for updates as we get them!

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  5. 43% of UK smartphone owners won’t download further apps or games

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