Online video-savvy users aren't charmed by second-screen apps, study says

When it comes to most second-screen apps and personalized recommendations, experienced online video users' attitudes are pretty much "meh," a survey by Piksel for Streaming Media found. Many respondents said they don't use second-screen apps at all when viewing live sporting events--"including a quarter of respondents who work for companies that develop second-screen applications in Europe and North America," Tim Siglin wrote in an article summarizing the study. And while personal recommendations hold a lot of weight for most users, respondents to the survey said they ignore auto-generated recommendations. Read more

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