According CloudTalk, only 43% of consumers use their smartphone to make calls. If you’re on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter or have your email account connected to your phone, you’re probably eating up battery power doing all those other things.
In a world, where consumers are always complaining about call costs, applications such as Blackberry Messenger help lessen those costs but create antisocial beings who are constantly engrossed in their mobile phones.
And we thought texting was bad.
Smartphones have become the mini-PCs in our pockets that can access and disseminate information any time, anywhere to absolutely any- and everyone.
Gone are the days of Nokia 3310 when a person got as antisocial as playing snake on their phones.