Well, not to our surprise, it’s WhatsApp! WhatsApp is leading the market with a whopping 55% share. Facebook messenger comes second with a market share of 34%. Viber is at No. 3 with 6% market share and LINE grabbed fourth position. If seen country wise, WhatsApp is No. 1 in 104 countries (down from 107… Continue reading WhatsApp or Facebook – which is No. 1?
It’s 02:55 p.m. to be exact. 02:55 is the least productive time of the day as per survey held in UK. Workers who were part of the survey made a brutal confession – at 02:55 p.m., they were most likely to be on social media (specially on Facebook & Twitter, of course) or planning their… Continue reading Best time of the day to take a break!
Well, it’s China. Due to extreme internet censorship in China (dubbed as “The Great Firewall of China”), more than 6 million websites & apps are blocked there. Most important blocks include some of your (& ours too!) favourite Social Media; sharing & messaging services like WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, BlogSpot, Tumblr, XING, Vimeo, Dropbox… Continue reading Country where WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube (& lots more) are banned!
Every one minute i.e every 60 seconds, some amazing things (which are really shocking!) happen on Facebook. Every singly minute on Facebook, about 300 new profiles are created (5 new profiles per second), about 208,333 photos are uploaded (300 million photo uploads per day), about 510,000 comments are posted, about 293,000 users update their status,… Continue reading What happens on Facebook in one Minute? (It’s Alarming!)
Well, this is the question inspiring motorola’s phone-life balance survey. Survey results are out now and they are (not surprisingly!) shocking! 33% of the people prefer their smartphone over spending time with their loved ones! 53% confessed that their smartphone is their best friend (Now you need to think twice before relying on the person… Continue reading Do You own Your Phone or Does Your Phone Own You?
Almost all of us find it impossible to ignore the bloody Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and other push notifications! Do You ever wonder why these “push” notifications are so compulsive? Well we got it (it’s something technical related to medical science!)! When some notification hit your phone, it triggers one neuro-chemical in your brain called ‘Dopamine’ which compel you to check the notification. After, checking notification, ‘Dopamine’ releases which makes You feel happy! All Social Media Companies are using this trick to destroy your time and mind as well! We suggest one solution: Go to your Smartphone settings and turn-off the push notifications!
Do you Know that the average millennial picks up their smartphone 150 times a day! Reason is “FOMO” (Don’t worry we got this acronym: “Fear of Missing Out”). In a tech world, we want to stay connected 24/7. For people in age group of 18-24, the most important thing just after waking up is to check their smartphone (Really important!). Well, if you want to stay productive & be different, start controlling this bad habit of yours right away!