58 minutes a day on our smartphone
The latest data from Experian shows that Americans spend 58 minutes a day on their smartphone. Feels light to me, but I’m sure there’s a wide variance depending on the segment of the population.
I’m a little surprised that texting hasn’t yet overtaken talking. But it’s only a matter of time. When the data is broken out by iOS vs. Android, you’ll see that iOS users text just as much as they talk. Makes it hard to keep calling these devices “phones”. We should just call them what they are – Personal Computers.
Thanks to Experian and John Fetto for this data