Android Users Are Hooked To Their Phones for an Hour Every Day
Neilson has released a report saying that Android users spend an hour every day with their smart phones. However, not so much time is spent browsing the net as is spent with the apps. For the study, thousands of phones were brought under observation to recognize a usage pattern. It was found that while fifty six minutes are spent by an average user, a majority of that time (67%) is spent browsing through the apps. The rest of the time is spent web browsing. Taking the study further, Neilson said that most of the users used only the top fifty apps and did not bother with the rest. Considering that there are over 250,000 apps in Android app store, it can be assumed that a lot of apps are largely passive and experience no usage.
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