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So yes, it may be time to part ways with your Thomas Guide and the old AAA Trip Tik, which interestingly enough is still requested 1.5 million times a year. No more turning on the car radio "on the 5s" hoping that it will tell you what's causing the freeway backup and more importantly, how long it will take you to get to your destination. There are times when it seems that fitness tracking apps are technology's way of shaming you.There are apps that record and analyze what you eat, measure your steps, track your sleep and your exercise.At the same time, the share of those with a high school diploma or less who use social media has grown more than tenfold over the past decade.There were modest differences by household income when Pew Research first began measuring social media usage in 2005: 4% of those living in households earning less than ,000 used social media, compared with 12% of those living in household earning ,000 or more.Here are some that we swear we'd be lost without: be lost without a mapping app.While we personally have some lingering trust issues with certain popular directional apps stemming from their early days of misleading us, there has been notable improvement in the accuracy over the past few years.
At the same time, there has been a 69-point bump among those ages 30-49, from 8% in 2005 to 77% today.In 2005, 8% of men and 6% of women used social media.Starting in 2009, women started using social media at slightly higher rates than men, although this balance has shrunk yet again in recent years.The figures reported here are for social media usage among all adults, not just among those Americans who are internet users.In many previous Pew Research reports, the share of social media users has been reported as the proportion of who had adopted such sites, rather than the full adult population, which continues to include a relatively small share (currently 15%) who still remain offline.