Survey: 35% of Users Check Their Phones More than 50 Times Per Day

A new study from Delvv examines the volume of information Americans are consuming on their smartphones.

Delvv, developer of the Glean personalized news reading app, has announced the results of its Delvv Mobile Overload Report which measured the ‘volume of information’ U.S. users experience on their smartphones. According to the survey, 84 percent of respondents said their smartphone is an ‘integral’ part of their life, and while 78 percent said the majority of push notifications aren’t relevant to them, 35 percent of respondents fell into the category of ‘super-checkers,’ or users who look at their phones more than 50 times each day.