Surveillance study patterns of use of smart phones in the Middle East and North Africa

Aug

5

2013

A recent study revealed that the average time spent by adult smartphone users in the Middle East and North Africa to use their devices up to an hour a day.

The study showed that revealed the company “FrootApps” for application development, 60 percent of smartphone users in the Middle East and North Africa are using Smartphone more than twice daily.

The average number of times using smart phones in the area about four times a day, and the number of times using the Smartphone as a country.

And about 67 percent of smartphone users in their more than three times a day, while 14% used their two or three per day, and 11% use smart phones only once during the day.

And different usage compared to Smartphone users in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, where 31% of users use Smartphones to their more than 3 times a day, but 20% of users use their phones from two to three, and 25% of users use their phones only once during the day, with the proportion of smartphone users more than once daily, 59 percent, while 13% of users use their phones either once or twice or three during the day.

The study suggests that smartphone users in the Middle East and North Africa spend most of their time to their phone in making calls.

Users spend about 26% of the time using smart phones make calls, and 20% of their time in writing letters, and 14% in surfing the Internet, and 16% for social networking, and 9% in writing emails, and 8% in the play.

The study of “FrootApps” that the House is more places that are using smartphones in the region, where 87% of the users of those devices in the Middle East and North Africa that the House is the most appropriate places to spend time on their computers.

The UAE is the most widely used for smart phones in the home and work, where 94% of users use their phones in the House used by 82%, and 67% while in cafe or restaurant.

On the other hand, uses 80% of smart phones in the Egyptian House, 65% and 47% while in cafe or restaurant, uses 86% of Saudis smart phones at home, 66%, and 55% while in cafe or restaurant.

The study concluded that smartphone users in the Middle East and North Africa are considered the most important job is to communicate using their devices, gravitated more to applications that help them connect with friends and acquaintances.
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