Telenav recently commissioned Harris Interactive to examine the habits of smartphone owners in the U.S. in their annual survey on how people use their mobile devices. Here are some interesting results from the survey:
Survey results revealed phone usage in the restroom, "sexting," and overall, a number of sometimes irresponsible - mobile behaviors.
With 52% of U.S. adults now using smartphones, more than a third (36%) consider texting their most used feature on a daily basis, followed by phone calls (24%), e-mail (15%), Web browsing (12%) and social media (7%).
Conducted annually, Telenav's survey focuses on mobile habits of mobile users.
Highlights of this year's survey include: . 65% of smartphone owners use their phone while in bathroom . 66% drivers use their phone while driving . 30% text and drive simultaneously . 1 in 10 users admit to sexting