Wednesday, 8 October 2014

How often do YOU look at your phone? The average user now picks up their device more than 1,500 times a week

  • The average user reaches for their phone at 7:31am in the morning
  • These users check personal emails and Facebook before they get out of bed
  • And many of us pick up our phones more than 1,500 times each week
  •  Average owners use their phone for three hours and sixteen minutes a day
  • And almost four in ten users admitted to feeling lost without their device 
  • Study surveyed 2,000 smartphone owners about their tech habits

Many of us have become so reliant on our smartphones, we use them to carry out a staggering 221 tasks every day.
A study of 2,000 smartphone owners revealed that the average user reaches for their phone at 7:31am each morning, to check personal emails and Facebook.
And before they’ve even got out of bed, the majority of people check the weather, read the news, and send a text or two to friends.
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The average user reaches for their phone at 7:31am in the morning, according to new research, and these users typically check personal emails and Facebook before they even get out of bed. Almost four in ten smartphone owners admitted feeling lost without their gadgets
The average user reaches for their phone at 7:31am in the morning, according to new research, and these users typically check personal emails and Facebook before they even get out of bed. Almost four in ten smartphone owners admitted feeling lost without their gadgets