Apps for Parents who are Hooked on Their Phones- The New York Times

by ParentCo. July 15, 2015

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"Given how quickly cellphones have taken over our lives, it’s easy to forget that they are still a relatively new technology. The first iPhone came out eight years ago, and today a little more than half the American population has a smartphone, according to eMarketer.
Yet already people spend close to three hours a day looking at a mobile screen — and that excludes the time they spend actually talking on the phones."
Source: Addicted to Your Phone? There’s Help for That - The New York Times


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