Singles use smartphones more than married couples

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USA – Here’s some social math. Almost half of married couples, 45%, own tablets compared to singles at 36%.

Does that mean most married couples cuddle up on the couch together shopping for snuggies with their tablets while the singles are out with their smartphones trying to get some action? Who knows, but with the increase in online dating apps such as “blendr” and “date often” that are designed to locate singles nearby, the smartphone has made it easier than ever to hook up.

Only 43% of married couples have smartphones. Probably because older couples think smartphones are unnecessary and their flip phone is all they need.

Looks like they’re leaving the smartphone for their teenage kids and if anything they’ll get a tablet because it’s more like a computer, right?

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