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Again, younger adults are especially likely to use their mobile device for all of these activities.
For example, 52% of 18- to 29-year-old smartphone owners have ever used their phone to watch movies or TV shows through a paid subscription service, compared with 36% of 30- to 49-year-olds and only 13% of those 50 and older.
Regardless of whether it’s Apple, Android, Palm, or RIM, mobile is in and PCs/laptops are going out.
At Qualcomm’s Uplinq conference early in June this year, CEO Paul Jacobs pointed out: For VSee it means knowing that video calling is moving over to mobile.
Only a third of boys use video chat while 42% of girls said they have video chatted.
Maybe unsurprisingly, those teens who use the Internet more frequently also use video chats more often than their peers who only go online a few times per week.
The same is true for teens who text and use social media more often than their peers. teens who were interviewed for this study also said that they record and upload video to the web. Just 14% of adults, by the way, upload video to You Tube and similar services.
(2015 was the first year in which we surveyed about using a mobile device to buy a product online or get sports scores and analysis.) Younger adults are especially likely to reach for their phone for something other than calling and texting.
Getting location-based information is the one activity measured that is common across all age groups, however.
According to a survey conducted last August through September by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Project, 6% of all American adults have used their cell phones for a video call or video conference.