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Study Discovers Wealthier Parents More Likely to Download Apps for Kids
Study Discovers Wealthier Parents More Likely to Download Apps for Kids
A new study by the San Francisco-based non-profit group Common Sense Media found that affluent parents download apps specifically for their young children more than parents of lesser financial means do. Deemed the “app gap,” researchers found almost half of families with incomes above $75,000 had downloaded such apps, compared with only one in eight families earning less than $30,000. Lower-income

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