The hours we spend on smartphones

Deal Subedar

Average Indian spends over 1800 hours a year on their smartphone: study

According to the study, average Indian spends 1/3rd of their waking hours on their phone, which translates to 1800 hours a year. About 30 per cent fewer people meet family and loved ones multiple times a month (now vs 10 Years ago). 1 in 3 people in the study felt that they can’t even have a 5 minutes conversation with friends and family without checking their phones. About 73% respondents agree that if smartphone usage continues at the current rate or grows, that it is likely to impact your mental or physical health.

The report is based on a survey conducted online as well as face to face across top 8 cities in India. The report cuts across age-groups and demographics: youth, working professionals, housewives spanning the age groups of 18 to 45. The total number of respondents were 2000 out of which 36% were females and 64% were males.

Source: Linkedin

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Now it’s increased further more by using smart watches/fit bands (which practically makes the users fat by addicting towards only notification and not motivating any healthy habits in long run)
PS: I have not meant all fitband users.