Smartphone video calling has tripled since 2011, says Pew Center

Video calls on cellphones are rapidly growing in popularity in the US. According to a new poll from the Pew Center, the number of adults making video calls has tripled over the last three years, rising from seven percent to 21 percent. Currently, about 91 percent of US adults have cellphones — about 56 percent own smartphones. While the surprising jump in video calling is notable, it’s not a total surprise when looking at the rest of Pew’s research on what Americans do with their cellphones.

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