What’s the first thing you think of in the morning? According to one survey about trends in consumer mobility, 35% of us think about our smartphones, 17% of coffee, 13% of a toothbrush, 10% of a significant other, 6% of a remote control, and 4% of a bathrobe. There were interesting findings in a different mobile consumer survey: 50% of us check our mobile devices in the middle of the night, and more than 1 in 3 check devices right before bed. Which is easy to do because 71% of us are sleeping with—or next to—their mobile phones.
With a lot of data like this, the findings are neither “good” nor “bad.” That’s too simple. Instead, they give us fascinating insights into how rapidly our trusty mobile devices have become central to how we interact with the world around us. At Entefy, we like the positive sides of these changes—the countless opportunities for person-to-person connection that exist today. It’s not all perfect, but it’s certainly inspiring.
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