With the world of print journalism in decline, plenty of news organisations have been betting big on the concept of mobile apps for delivering digital news. But maybe that's not such a good idea.

A new Pew Research Center study shows that people are moving away from consuming news via mobile apps, with over 60 percent opting to read news through a browser instead. That's up sharply from just a year ago, when the figure was 40 percent.


Which begs the question, how do you read news on the move? Do you have a strong affiliation with a single publication's app? Or do you flit between websites to get your fix? [Pew via Forbes ]

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