Our Mobile Life Infographic paints an insightful picture about us. Our culture, our behavior, what’s important to us, and how we spend our time and money. There is a ton of interesting information about how people use their smartphones, so we decided to have a little fun. We took some of the more interesting stats from leading mobile industry researchers and Splick-it user data and laid it out in a highly visual way to showcase how people use their mobile phones in their everyday life. Enjoy!
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Does this sound familiar? You’re lying in bed, ostensibly ready for dreamland. But first, you grab your smartphone and set the requisite six alarms (all of them blaring the Star Wars theme). But while you’ve got your phone out, you might as well text your buddy back like you meant to. Plus, now is the perfect time to plow through those 11 games of Gems With Friends that have been on hold. Oh, and there was that sloth video you never got around to watching on YouTube. Then, maybe it’s time for bed. But you should probably throw something on Netflix to help you pass out.
It’s a perfectly normal routine. In fact, 95% of people say they regularly browse the web, text or watch TV in the hour before bed. But all that facetime with a phone, tablet, laptop or TV does more than distract — it can make it harder to go to sleep when you finally close your eyes. That can lead to sleep loss that affects your mental and physical well-being.
Check out this infographic from OnlinePsychologyDegree.net and think it over next time you’re thinking about spooning with Siri.