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  • Android users are spending less time on social apps
  • Android users are spending less time on social apps
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Android users are spending less time on social apps

We’re more social than ever – the average internet user owns five social media accounts and checks their phone over 150 times a day. But a global study of Android users shows they're getting bored of social apps, with the biggest drop of usage on Instagram. Have we reached Insta-peak?

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