This year, 27.0 million US adults will use the sharing economy at least once.
US parents are concerned about how much time their kids are spending with mobile devices—but still willing to grant mobile usage to their children.
In 2015, 67% of mother Facebook users logged on to the social network via mobile phone, up from 60% in 2014 and just 45% in 2013.
US mother Facebookers studied checked the social network 7.4 times a day on average, vs. 5.9 times for total users.
Nearly seven in 10 parents of 6- to 9-year-olds keep a close eye on what their kids are doing online.
Around three in 10 US mother smartphone users said they tracked their own fitness, their weight and their child’s development on their smartphones.
Smartphones were the most-used device among mothers for logging on to Facebook and Twitter.
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.
Some 88% of expectant women and mothers with children up to 8 years old own a smart phone.
63% of US mothers with children under the age of 18 planned to use their smartphones while back-to-school shopping.