The United States is the world’s largest consumer of mobile phones, and farmers use it in a wide range of applications from selling farm products to connecting with friends and family.
In 2018, nearly one-third of all U.S. households had a smartphone, according to the U.K.-based research company IHS.
That’s up from just over one-quarter in 2017, when the number was just over a third.
The share of Americans who owned smartphones fell by a whopping 13 percent from 2016 to 2018, according for the IHS report.
The report also found that the share of U.P. households that own smartphones grew by nearly three-quarters from 2016-2017 to reach a record high of 27.7 percent in 2018.
The report said that while farmers are the most important consumers of mobile devices, they also are the biggest users of other mobile devices.
About 20 percent of all Americans have a smartphone and another 16 percent own a tablet, according the report.
The IHS said the growth in smartphone ownership in the U., as well as the growth of tablet and other mobile use, is driving a shift in how farmers use mobile devices and the opportunities they provide.
For example, a study last year by mobile analytics company Navigant found that farmers are increasingly accessing apps to access and learn more about their products.
The study also found a growing use of apps on mobile devices that help farmers manage their products and their growing customer base.
About two-thirds of U,P.
mobile app users say they use their apps for their business or family.
For many farmers, the biggest benefit of their apps is that they’re cheaper than their traditional paperless products.
They save a lot of money because the farmer’s time is less, the report said.
For farmers that have to buy from farmers directly, they can buy directly from the farmer.
The number of U.,P.
farmers with at least one smartphone rose from 9.9 million in 2016 to 14.1 million in 2018, the IFS report said, and the number of farmers with one tablet or other mobile device increased from 4.9 to 6.9 percent of UPs.
The number of rural households with at most two mobile devices grew from 3.4 million to 4.1.
The majority of UPS workers surveyed in the survey said that they would be interested in a mobile application, and a growing number of the survey respondents said they had used one.
More than a third of UPPs surveyed in 2018 said they used their smartphone to do work online, while a smaller percentage of UPGs said they accessed their phone for other purposes.
More UPP farmers are now using their smartphone more than their paperless tools, and that trend is projected to continue over time, the survey found.
A growing number are likely to use their smartphones for tasks such as grocery shopping and to communicate with customers and customers’ contacts.
More rural U.PS workers are also using their mobile devices to interact with their neighbors and other people in the community, the study found.