Nielsen reports today on smartphone use.
More than two-thirds of mobile subscribers now own smartphones.
In December, Americans spent 34 hours using smartphone apps, about a third of which were on social media.
I don't know how Nielsen gets its numbers these days, but I've long doubted the accuracy of what they have to say.
This report I'm very suspicious of, because 34 hours sounds way too low.
That would be only eight hours per week, and it seems to me just from observing folks around here that they are on their darn phones every waking minute.