A new study from research firm Strategy Analytics and Google has revealed that the move away from the video file format may be on the way.

According to the report, the average user spends around 8 hours a day on their devices watching videos.

This means that an average of one-third of a person’s daily video consumption is devoted to the file format.

While most people won’t actually move away, a minority of people may be switching from a file to a cloud-based storage service.

For example, according to Strategy Analytics, between 25% and 50% of people are on Amazon Prime now.

This is the largest percentage increase of any streaming video service since the service was introduced in 2011.

In 2018, the study also revealed that over half of people use Netflix or YouTube to watch video.

The report also found that there is an even larger amount of video consumption on YouTube, with the most popular video hosting service being YouTube Red.

The strategy analytics study concluded that the most common reason people switch to cloud services is because they can save space.

According to Strategy, one-fifth of people say they’re trying to save space and are now on cloud storage.

The study also found a strong correlation between video viewing habits and the availability of online streaming services.

As the study notes, most people are using streaming services for short periods of time.

For example, the most recent data from the Pew Research Center found that one-in-four adults said they watch video on mobile devices, but only one-quarter said they watched video on their TVs.

If you’re on the fence about whether to move to a streaming service, here are a few reasons to consider it:It saves you from having to keep your device at home.

Cloud services can be used to stream video and podcasts on your PC or mobile device, while the average Netflix user uses the service for a full day every week.

While these services can cost money, the Strategy Analytics report noted that Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime each offer a monthly fee of $9.99.

While these services may cost money upfront, you can always upgrade to a subscription that includes additional features such as more video, more episodes, and more storage.

For people who already have their Netflix subscription, you may want to consider signing up for an Amazon Prime Video streaming service that also includes a Netflix fee of about $9 per month.

For a more in-depth look at how streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu can impact your day-to-day life, check out the study.