Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, November 8, 2020
How prevalent or ubiquitous are listening activities? Are all smartphones, PCs, and tablets being used for some type of listening activity – music, TV, movies, phone calls, or video calls? This MetaFAQ reports on the percent of online adults who regularly do some type of listening activity, by device type, and by country.
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