Children and technology in the United Kingdom (UK)

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Statista dossier about children's usage of technology in the United Kingdom (UK)

This report contains data on different aspects about children's use of technology in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2011 to 2015. Findings here illustrate aspects such as general device usage, preschoolers, specific aspects about tablet and phone usage and more.

Table of contents

  • 1. General devices
    • Devices available to children in the home in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011-2017

    • Device usage among children to consume media in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013-2017

    • Access to technology among young people in the UK in 2015, by key stage

    • Games console usage among children in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013-2017, by age

    • Game console availability to children in the home in the UK 2011-2017, by age

    • MP3 players: regular use by children the United Kingdom (UK) 2014-2017, by age

  • 2. Pre-school
    • UK children: access to video recorders among preschoolers 2015, by device type

    • UK children: access to TV sets among preschoolers 2015, by device type

    • UK children: access to tablet PCs among preschoolers 2015, by brand

    • UK children: access to smartphones among preschoolers 2015, by brand

    • Basic tablet skills among preschoolers in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

    • UK children: access to video game consoles among preschoolers 2015, by brand

    • UK children: access to a PC or laptop among preschoolers 2015

    • UK children: access to a e-reader among preschoolers 2015

    • UK children: access to a portable media player among preschoolers 2015

    • UK children: access to a tablet specifically for children among preschoolers 2015

    • UK children: access to a MP3 player among preschoolers 2015

    • UK children: access to a digital radio among preschoolers 2015

  • 3. Phones
    • Mobile phones: regular use among children the United Kingdom (UK) 2014-2017, by age

    • Share of children writing text messages in the UK 2010-2014

    • Share of children and teens writing text messages in the UK 2014, by demographic

    • Smartphone usage behavior among children in Great Britain 2014

    • Smartphone usage behavior among children in Great Britain 2014, by age group

    • Smartphone usage behavior among children in Great Britain 2014, by gender

  • 4. Tablets
    • Tablet usage among children in Great Britain 2014

    • Tablet usage among children in Great Britain 2014, by age group

    • Tablet usage behavior among children in Great Britain 2014, by gender

    • Mobile device usage behavior among children in Great Britain 2014

  • 5. Television
    • Time children spend watching TV in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013

    • Time children spend watching recorded TV in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013

    • Time children spend watching TV on demand in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013

    • Weekly hours of television consumption by children in the UK 2014-2017, by age

    • Share of children with TVs in their bedrooms in the United Kingdom (UK) 2007-2016

    • Devices used by children to watch TV in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016, by room

  • 6. Usage
    • Hours per day children spend in front of a device in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015

    • Hours per day children aged 18 or under spent on devices in England in 2015

    • Activity children spent the most time doing on their devices in the UK in 2015

    • What children aged 18 or under used their devices for most in England in 2015

    • Weekly hours of internet consumption by children in the UK 2014-2016, by age

    • Digital media consumption activities among children in the UK 2014, by age

    • Reasons for children to use digital media in the UK 2015, by frequency of use

  • Language: English
  • Released: 2016
  • Source(s): Statista
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