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Experian: iPhone users spend more time on their phones than Android users

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 29 May 2013 13:19 User comments (2)

Experian: iPhone users spend more time on their phones than Android users According to a new report from Experian, iPhone users spend more time on their phone than Android users.
Usage data shows that Apple fans spend 26 more minutes per day on their iPhones than Android smartphone users do.

On average, Android users spend 49 minutes per day, while iPhone users spend an hour and 15.

Breaking down the phone usage, Android users spend 28 percent of their time on phone calls compared to just 22 percent for iPhone users. Apple users make up for that time by spending 22 percent of their time texting, compared to 16 percent for Android.

Android users browse the Web more often and both spend an equal amount of time on social networking sites or apps.

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2 user comments

129.5.2013 23:05

texting is over used.

230.5.2013 18:04

wait.. someone actually gives a rats ass , as to an iphone user is on there phone more than android,,,, no, it just means they use more data..

i use my android alot OFFLINE. more than I would with an iphone. I phones are one boring ass phone!! i love how they HAVE to use i tunes for everything. f that!!! i love a little more freedom!!
I can use what I want to transfer WHAT i want to my phones internal storage.

f u apple!!!

Love u google / android!

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