UAE residents spend 5 hours a day on social media

Monday 18 July 2016 | 11:22 CET | News
UAE residents spend approximately five hours a day using social media on average and 29 percent have six to ten applications installed on their smartphones. This is the result of research by YouGov among 5,000 respondents, Gulf News reported. Users aged 18-35 spend from two to six hours per day on social networks while those aged 36-55 spend from 30 minutes to two hours per day.

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Countries: United Arab Emirates
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