A study finds we spend way more time staring at our phones than we likely should.
App Annie’s latest “State of Mobile” report has found that consumers, globally, have spent a record 3.8 trillion hours on their phones in 2021, averaging 4.8 hours a day, or nearly a third of their waking hours.
App Annie notes that 2021 was “record-breaking,” as consumers continue to embrace a mobile lifestyle and move away from big screens.
In particular, the video sharing app, TikTok, saw an increase of 90-percent use globally, excluding China, compared to 2020.
Another interesting find: globally, consumers spent $170 billion on apps, which is up 19 percent from 2020.
Gonna use your phone to see more, here? (DailyMail)
- Study: globally, we spent an average of 4.8 hours daily (nearly a third of our waking hours) staring at our phones in 2021