Mobile is not only for adults—children and teens are increasingly connected to the digital world. And according to an August 2015 survey from science-based mobile game– Galxyz, US parents are concerned about how much time their kids are spending with mobile devices—but still willing to grant mobile usage to their children.
Of parents surveyed, 23% reported they were very concerned about their kids' noneducational mobile usage, and another 35% expressed some level of concern. Fathers appeared generally less concerned, with 48% responding that they allowed their child to use a mobile device for 2 to 3 hours daily, whereas only 32% of mothers allowed the same amount of usage.
So fathers allow more mobile time than mothers. Read other insights here courtesy of emarketer.com.
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