36kr.com and 3g.qq.com did a survey about mobile internet user behavior online, collecting 92,000 sample via 3g.qq.com. Most of respondents were between 23-30 years old, with 41.9%.
About one thirds of respondents used 2 or more mobile phones.
Nearly 75% respondents in China used smartphones.
10% users spent more than 8 hours on mobile, which means mobile occupied one thirds of their daily life.
More than half of respondents claimed that increasing time spent on mobile decreased their time on PC.
13.7% users said they saved their documents via cloud storage, while 18% said they didn’t know about cloud storage.
Thunder Walkbox, Sina vdisk and Evernote were the top 3 cloud storage apps.
More than 60% worried about SNS privacy leak.
Mobile users would take measures to prevent privacy leak, such as downloading app from official channels, hide their real identity on SNS and other methods.
As for how much SNS would affect work, 12% users spent half their working time on social networks.
One thirds of respondents preferred stand-alone games, and another one thirds didn’t play games.
Over 40% users didn’t download apps over a month, merely 6.6% would download at least an app everyday.
Mobile app recommendation platform and third-party app stores were the main channels where users gained new apps information.