Thursday, May 30, 2013

According to studies, iPhone users spend more time on their devices than Android users

According to a recently done survey by Experian, iPhone users spend a 55 percent more time on their device as compared to users using Android devices. If we come to figures, then iPhone users spend an hour and 15 minutes per day on their phones, while people using Google's OS spend just 49 minutes per day on average. However they spend less time on talking, more on entertainment. 

Android owners spend 28 percent of their time on the phone while talking to some people, while iPhone owners only spend 22 percent of their phone time talking to other people. Calling shares 26% of total time, texting is on 2nd place with 20% while social networking shares 16% and web browsing takes 14%. 

Fetto, senior marketing manager for Experian's consumer insights group, said in a statement, "Smartphone users may constantly debate which operating system is supreme, but we see clear differences between the ways consumers use their phone depending on the operating system that runs it".

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