Brazilians already spend more time on the internet and playing video games than watching TV, according to a study by Forrester. The use of the network is the main activity in free moments, also surpassing radio, newspapers and magazines.
According to the study, internet access in Brazil currently reaches 47% of the population, and that number will rise to 57% in 2016. In front of the computer, Brazilians access social networks (89%) and watch videos on YouTube ( 86%).
Another point addressed in the study was the use of mobile internet among Brazilians. Of the respondents, 40% say they access the web from smartphones or tablets, and 24% make daily accesses. On average, Brazilians spend 2.2 hours a week connected on mobile devices.
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