How I mostly use my mobile phone is like a mobile pocket computer. When I get back home I mostly just hang it to a wall:
However, that's not how majority of the people do it. They spend 24/7 with the phone talking, messaging or just watching TV from it. In Tunnelbana everybody else except me is like this:
In today's world bullshit is just bullshit and hard facts are hard facts (which can be alleged to be fake news). So, I installed an app called Moment. See https://inthemoment.io/ for details about the app. The idea is, that it tracks how much I use my phone and then I can view my screen time.
Yesterday Moment gave me a notification to inform, that it had something to tell me:
The text reads: You log more screen time than 9% of the other people using Moment. You're averaging 12M per day.
... right. If my usage is at lower 9% of entire user population and if my average screen time is 12 minutes per day, that's not much! Looks like the app is designed only with heavy-duty phone users in mind.
For the record, my stats as seen by Moment are:
Not that bad. But then again, isn't that what every addict says?