Vancouver: While the frequency of Canadians using their smartphones, tablets and e-readers remains stable, the average time they use them has declined, a study showed.
The study led by Ipsos Reid about the mobile market in Canada, involving 2,000 adults, may suggest a potential shift in usage patterns of digital devices, reported Xinhua.
It shows that the mobile device usage have stabilised over time. On average, Canadians reported using their Smartphones 222 times per month, Tablets 115 times per month, and eReaders 38 times per month.
However, Canadians reported spending 2.8 hours per day on their Smartphone on a typical weekday, which decreased significantly from 3.3 hours reported over the same period last year....more
03:12 PM, Aug 21, 2012