- After Kovid, smartphone growth increased by 32%: Survey
Smartphone use has grown exponentially since the Corona epidemic. 84% of people agree that smartphones help increase their productivity and improve their quality of life while 66% of Indian parents admit that they are always on their smartphones while spending time with their children. The results of the study titled ‘2021’ have been released.
Surveys show that the average daily time spent on a smartphone remains at an alarming level (in the post-Kovid era) as the time spent on a smartphone has increased by 32% since the pre-Kovid period. Consumers claim to spend an average of 6.5 hours per day on their smartphones, which is 32% more than in the pre-Kovid era.
Smartphones have become an essential tool in our daily routine that helps us connect with our friends and family in general. It became more significant during Covid-19 and the lockdown improved our overall quality of life and helped us feel safe, secure and entertained at home. The study underlines that more than 80% of people agree that smartphones help increase their productivity and improve their quality of life.
Yogendra Sriramula, Director said that it is an indisputable fact that smartphones have become an integral part of our lives, helping us to stay connected with work and social circles, give us access to information and improve our productivity. However, their overuse is affecting human relationships and behavior.