How Many Hours per Day are You with the Cellphone?

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We’d all agree that people are on their phones “all the time.” However what does that seem like in minutes and hours? How much time do people spend on their cell phones in 2017?

The simple reply is “over 4 hours a day.”

We’re spending extra time concerned in digital media overall, but less of that time on desktop and laptop computers. Mobile now accounts for about 65% of total digital media consumption.

As you may think, college-age adults (18–24) spend considerably more time on mobile phones than older demographics.

The Social Media is our obsession. We spend an average of 1 hour, 56 minutes on the top 5 social media platforms alone. The top 5 being (by usage): YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter.

How Many Texts Do People Send Every Day? We’re spending more time involved in digital media overall, but less of that time on desktop and laptop computers. Mobile now accounts for about 65% of total digital media consumption.

Flurry and eMarketer’s reports also coincide more closely with past analysis, which has proven we spend about 4 hours, 40 minutes on our mobile phones every day.

It’s difficult to pin down an exact figure for how much time individuals spend on their cellphones in 2017, but the easy reply is “over four hours a day.”

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