Nine in 10 US mother smartphone users surveyed said they used their phones at least daily to send texts, while 79% said they accessed social media via such a device once a day or more.
Mobile apps grab over half of US internet users’ time spent with digital media, and app retention and engagement are up.
Facebook is the top mobile application for each age group.
College students (aged 18-34) own an average of 6.8 devices each, steady from last year.
As a whole, US Hispanics use their mobile phones to access social networking apps at nearly the same rate as their non-Hispanic counterparts.
Almost three-quarters of Millennial smartphone owners engage in social networking on their devices during a typical week.
Nearly 70% of unacculturated US Hispanic internet users reported that a social media app was one of their top three used apps.
Browsing the internet was the No. 1 reason US smartphone and tablet users had exceeded their data limit.
Of the 20 million mobile gamers in the UK, almost half were female.
One is as likely to find UK women playing casual games on mobile devices, an activity that has long been considered a predominantly male pastime.