Americans Watch Daily Average of 33 Minutes of Video on Their Phones

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A new study from Vdopia shows that American watch about 33 minutes of video on their phones per day and that they don't really mind the ads.

Writes Tubefilter, "According to the company, American smartphone owners are quite willing to watch video ads of 15-30 seconds, but with a catch: 62% of them don’t care about the ads as long as they can get a free, streaming TV show or movie after the waiting. This beats only 56% of consumers who own laptops or PCs who are willing to wait through ads."

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