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The game's name literally translates to "cat collecting," and that's exactly what you do in the adorable game. Interestingly, a lot of the teens we spoke with — the majority, 75% — told us they didn't have or use You Tube or Vine accounts, but they use both services voyeuristically just to watch the videos.
There tends to be a lot of overlap between You Tube and Vine stars.
Staving off FOMO (fear of missing out) and finding ways to connect and share memories with your peers is essential regardless of when you were a teenager.
But teens today seem more aware of current events and pop culture, and this is probably because they have so many ways to be connected to real-time news and other information outlets.
That's a significant drop from the 81% of teens last spring who said they preferred to shop at omnichannel fashion (or cross-channel) retailers.
You might not expect Twitter to be among teens' favorite apps.
It may not seem like a particularly compelling value proposition, but 10 of the 60 teens we spoke with listed as the app they were most excited about and doubted adults would know about.Launched by the Los Angeles venture-capital firm Science's mobile studio, Wishbone shows you two options and lets you vote on which one you like more — a spin on the popular "Would you rather? Wishbone became somewhat of a viral teen phenomenon, and as of September, just months after it launched, Wishbone had been downloaded 3 million times.You have probably never heard of the Japanese game "Neko Atsume," but numerous teens we talked to were obsessed with it.Besides owning smartphones, most teens we talked to spent time in front of television sets and gaming consoles (Play Station 4 and Wii were popular answers) as well. On average, they said they spent 11 hours in front of screens every day — answers ranged from two hours to 18 hours, which sounds as if it would be literally every waking moment (and maybe it is).Clothing has been relatively immune to the rise of e-commerce because people still like to try things on before buying.