Qustodio releases 2022 Annual Report, From Alpha to Z: Raising the digital generations
Charlotte, N.C., Feb. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Qustodio today released their Annual Report, giving extensive insight into children's digital behavior and app use across 2022. The report, now in its fourth year, details the online habits of children aged 4-18, studying trends in screen time, social media, educational usage, mobile gaming, online entertainment, and communication.
The report, titled "From Alpha to Z: Raising the digital generations", studies global popularity and usage of a wide range of applications and platforms, revealing children's favorites across 2022. The report also provides deeper insights in major world markets: the US, UK, and Spain, in addition to Australia, included for the first time since annual research began in 2019. The study involved over 400,000 families and schools worldwide.
Qustodio's 2022 research includes surveys and interviews with families, investigating how technology is managed and viewed in the home and at school, and the different ways that parents across the generations, from Generation Z to Baby Boomers, manage to strike a balance.
Some of the key findings uncovered by Qustodio's 2022 report include:
Qustodio is the world leader in online safety and digital wellbeing for families. Since 2012, we have provided a cross-platform solution for families and schools, helping over 4 million families protect children from online harm, while promoting healthy digital habits and awareness. Available in over 180 countries in 8 languages, our digital wellbeing tools help families and schools live and navigate smarter in an increasingly connected world. In 2022, Qustodio became part of the Family Zone group, protecting every child's digital journey through a world-class collaboration between schools, parents, and educators in cyber safety.
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