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Throughout this report, we refer to this latter group as “smartphone-dependent” users.Certain groups of Americans rely on smartphones for online access at elevated levels, in particular: Compared with smartphone owners who are less reliant on their mobile devices, these smartphone-dependent users are less likely to own some other type of computing device, less likely to have a bank account, less likely to be covered by health insurance, and more likely to rent or to live with a friend or family member rather than own their own home.
And for a number of Americans, smartphones serve as an essential connection to the broader world of online information.When asked to choose from a series of statements representing how they feel about their phone, a substantial majority of smartphone owners feel that these devices are “helpful” rather than “annoying,” “connecting” rather than “distracting,” and that they represent “freedom” rather than a “leash.” At the same time, smartphone owners are relatively divided on the essential necessity of mobile connectivity: 54% say that their phone is “not always needed,” while 46% say that it is something they “couldn’t live without.” And while a substantial 80% majority of smartphone owners describe their phone as “worth the cost,” 19% — and 29% of those who pay more than 0 per month for service — describe it as a “financial burden.” In addition to the surveys of smartphone owners that form the main findings of this report, the Pew Research Center also conducted an “experience sampling” survey of smartphone owners as part of this project.In the experience sampling survey, smartphone owners were contacted twice a day over a period of one week and asked how they had used their phone in the hour prior to taking the survey.Antioch Community Church is a non-denominational, Christian church located in Waco, Texas. Our passion and purpose has always been and will always be JESUS. The survey measured reliance on smartphones for online access in two different ways — first, by asking smartphone owners whether or not they have traditional broadband service at home, and second, whether they have a reasonable number of options for accessing the internet in general from any location.
It found that: of these conditions apply — that is, they do not have broadband access at home, and also have relatively few options for getting online other than their cell phone.
Mobile news consumption is common even among older smartphone owners, who tend to use these devices for more basic activities.
Four-in-ten smartphone owners ages 65 and older use their phone at least occasionally to keep up with breaking news, half use it to share information about local happenings, and one-third use it to stay abreast of events and activities in their community.
Today nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, and 19% of Americans rely to some degree on a smartphone for accessing online services and information and for staying connected to the world around them — either because they lack broadband at home, or because they have few options for online access other than their cell phone.
Indeed, 7% of Americans own a smartphone but have easily available alternatives for going online other than their cell phone.
Smartphones are used for much more than calling, texting, or basic internet browsing.