According to stats from Uberflip, HTML5 is being used by almost 50% of developers, and is projected to grow to 80% within the next three years. 

This infographic summarises the potential benefits of HTML5, and looks at how some brands are using it... 

Graham Charlton

Published 2 July, 2012 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is the former Editor-in-Chief at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin or Google+

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Mark Wilcox

Please re-check your source data for "49% of US mobile users prefer to use the browser vs native apps". The Comscore report says nothing of the sort. 49% of US mobile users use a browser at all. 50.2% use apps. Since somewhere just over 50% of US mobile users have a smartphone we're likely talking about the exact same users, with a small number exclusively using apps. That stat really says nothing about preference.

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Jose Sanchez

"Downloaded applications were used by 50.2 percent of subscribers (up 1.6 percentage points), while browsers were used by 49.0 percent (up 0.5 percentage points)." - The believe stat was just shortened.

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Jose Sanchez

*I believe the stat was just shortened

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Dane Morgan

With Shivs you can recapture a bunch of that IE 6-8 share. That would have been a perfect opportunity to add a cool call out to your IG and reassure marketers that things are possible. Instead you just told them that 28% of "their market" would not be able to see their website if the had it coded in HTML5.

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abercrombie milano

Es war sicherlich interessant für mich, den Blog zu lesen. Danke dafür. Ich mag solche Themen und alles, was mit ihnen verbunden sind. Ich möchte bald mehr zu lesen.

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Topz10s

This is very nice site for me ,

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