Talking is not even in the top three activities we do with our smartphones, study claims
1. sam_tek posted on 02 Jul 2012, 02:35 0 0
Not surprising considering it's a smartphone survey! but damn, social media comes ahead of music and games!
2. roscuthiii posted on 02 Jul 2012, 02:50 0 1
I'm surprised texting isn't higher. These stats just seem a bit off to me.
3. ThePolak posted on 02 Jul 2012, 03:06 1 0
Camera so low? What about Instagram and other filter adding (cr)apps that all wannabe photographers use?
6. bayusuputra posted on 02 Jul 2012, 07:07 1 0
it will still be low.. those things you mentioned are not the actual camera process whereby you are snapping a picture..
you only take about 2 sec to snap a picture, with about 5 sec before that to adjusting angle/pose, and 5 minutes after that spent on post processing in built in editor/other apps..
so yeah, out of 5minutes, you only spent 10 seconds with the "real" camera app.. :)
4. sbr999 posted on 02 Jul 2012, 03:18 1 0
This is not accurate worldwide. It's a UK thingy and I bet it's only in London or something. There should be a worldwide survey lasting a few days
5. ardent1 posted on 02 Jul 2012, 03:36 0 0
That comes to about 2 hr 8 minutes a day on average. That's about 15 hours per week. That is a lot of entertain on a smartphone.
7. Aeires (unregistered) posted on 02 Jul 2012, 07:12 0 0
Seeing smart phones pretty much killed PDA devices, it's not surprising. For people like myself who work in a business environment, I use mine more for meetings and collecting notes/data than an actual phone. Streaming music while driving to and from work gets a lot of usage as well.
8. bbblader posted on 02 Jul 2012, 13:49 1 0
for me its
1 Music: mosly everyday when I'm out with friends
2 Camera: mostly everyday when I'm freerunning with friends
3 Phone Calling: Friends ;Parrents
4 Games: Fruit Ninja Angry Birds Asphalt and Brain Cube
5 Social Media: Faceboot ;rarely Twitter
6 Internet: Need to check something very quickly
7 Texting: almost never