AppNewser has more: “Interestingly, the study found eReaders and tablets are not the main way that these young Americans read eBooks. Among those surveyed under the age of 30 who reads eBooks, 41 percent read them on their cell phone, 55 percent read an eBook on their computer, 23 percent of them read the eBook on an eReader and 16 percent had read them on a tablet.” Read more
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Despite the popularity of technology among teenagers and twenty-somethings, Americans aged 16-to-29 have read more print books than eBooks.
According to a new report from The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project which looked at the reading habits of this age group, 83 percent read a book in the last year. Seventy-five percent of this group had read a print book and 19 percent had read an eBook.