iPhone users spend 55% more time on their phones than their Android-owning counterparts

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A new smartphone survey has been published with some interesting information on how many minutes consumers spend on their phones each day. Android users typically spend around 49 minutes of each day on their phone, whereas iPhone owners tend to be quite a lot more active, spending 75 minutes daily.

Types of usage are also different. Android users do much more talking on phones than iPhone owners, but iOS users are more likely to spend their time emailing, texting, taking pictures and social networking. That said, more time is spent browsing the web on Google’s platform.

For full results from the survey, head on over to Experian.com.

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