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People Can't Stop Watching Porn on their Mobiles

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There's basically no sphere of life that the mobile phone hasn't now invaded and conquered - including sporting and musical events - so it's no surprise that its stamped its mark on the (second) oldest industry there is.

Pornhub has released new data showing how the mobile has taken over as the preferred device for people to watch their videos, with 60 per cent of traffic coming from iOS or Android devices (both mobile and tablet) - a huge increase on the 2010 stat of just 12 per cent. Meanwhile, a third of users still rely on the classic desktop.

Meanwhile, it seems that Android users 'last longer' with an average dwell time of 10:06 minutes and 10.9 page views per visit, while iOS users score 8:40 and 9.8 page views. Or perhaps they're just more efficient. Who knows eh?

The 18-24 age bracket is the most active on mobile, with men making up 75% of the audience.

You can take a look at some select stats below and the full set of findings here.

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