Mobile Phone Use Now Widely Outpacing Online PC Use


Are you using your mobile phone a lot more than your PC these days? If so, you’re not alone. According to a new Nielsen report, the average American now spends more time in front of his or her smartphone than in front of a PC.

During the month of December 2013, American smartphone owners spent an average of 34 hours and 21 minutes using their devices, spread out amongst an average of seven daily sessions each. American online PC usage, meanwhile, was a cumulative 26 hours, 58 minutes per month.

U.S. smartphone usage has risen about 6 hours per month (and 2 sessions per day) since December 2012, Nielsen confirms.

The report also shows that Americans spent 185 hours per month watching TV in December. This suggests the average American spends nearly half of his or her waking day (246 hours, 19 minutes) with eyes glued to one screen…

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