By Andrew Angus on April 26, 2010

This article posted on Read Write Web reports stats that indicate the iPad may be a great video platform despite the absence of Flash.

Despite the now-infamous absence of Adobe’s Flash, video aggregator MeFeedia says that video on the iPad is a flourishing and growing trend according to the data the company has collected over the past three weeks.

The company offers a few stats and postulates that, among other reasons, the “lack of distractions mean people watch more video, for longer.” ipad-app-store-wide-fit

MeFeedia added HTML5 video support earlier this month – one of several alternatives available for video on the iPad – and says that its internal numbers show the iPad to clearly be a media consumption device, more so than other users.

Click here to read the full article on Read Write Web

 

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