Here is an interesting piece of news. Women are using smartphones for four hours a day or longer and are more prone to succumb to smartphone addiction than men. The first ever such study conducted in South Korea revealed that 52 percent of the women in the survey used their smartphones for four hours a day or longer far higher than the comparable ratio of 29.4 percent among men.
The ratios of respondents who use smartphones for six hours a day were also 22.9 percent for women and 10.8 percent for men. This study was based on a survey of 1,236 students at six colleges in Suwon, Gyeonggi province.
Women pick up smartphones mainly for social networking website including Facebook and Instagram, using these services far more than just making calls, games and searches combined. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
While men use smartphones mainly during breaks, women look at their phone screens while talking with others and also on the move, the report added.
One in five women (20.1 percent) said they have insecure feelings beyond normal when they cannot use their smartphones while only 8.9 percent of the men felt so.
For many women, the addiction to their smartphones has gone beyond simple hobbies to have reached a stage adversely affecting their mental health. Women’s desires for networking and communication are far stronger than men’s, which drive them to become more dependent on social network service  via their smartphones.