Now that Facebook has been available for our mobile devices for quite a while, and with Facebook planning a more integrative approach with Facebook Home for Android, we can only imagine how much more users will start to check Facebook while on their mobile devices. However as it stands, have you ever wondered when exactly do Facebook users check for news feeds, notifications or messages on their mobile phone? According to a study conducted by CreditDonkey, it has been suggested that the majority of users check Facebook while watching the TV (83.7%).
Interestingly more than 1 in 2 users check Facebook on their phones while at work, sitting on the toilet, and while drunk, which might explain weird status updates and random photos uploaded during the wee hours of the morning on Saturday and Sunday. Rather worrisome though is the fact that out of those polled, 1 in 5 admit to checking Facebook while driving. We guess that number might even be higher as some might not want to divulge such information, but 1 in 5 is admittedly 1 in 5 too many. What do you guys think? Do you agree with the numbers?
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