Facebook has admittedly confessed that it has struggled to keep its younger users engaged and excited to interact on its platform, despite once being the ultimate go-to social network of choice for young people. Kids are flocking to these by the thousands each and every month.
Lots of kids still use Facebook Messenger on their phones to get in touch with their friends, but you might not realize that Facebook owns another messaging app called Whats App.
Fully 31% of teens send more than 100 texts a day and 15% send more than 200 a day, while just 8% and 5% of adults send that many, respectively.
Conventional wisdom suggests that teens are more enthusiastic users of the cell phone than adults.
In practice, teens ages 12 to 17 are indeed more intense users of text messaging than older cell phone users, while they use voice calling in similar manner to adults.
You’re supposed to try to get a girl, not a football.”Welcome to the party line, a group phone call where teens went to meet strangers in the mid 1980s.
Think of it like a precursor to the internet chat room.