The latest statistics show that texting has become the default mode for people around the world.
More than three billion people have access to text messages, up from less than half a billion in 2014, according to data from research firm eMarketer.
More importantly, about a quarter of all Americans have a mobile phone, according a new study by eMarket.
That’s up from about a third in 2013, and it represents an increase of about 8 percent over the last year.
More people are using text messaging on mobile devices than in the past, according the report.
That means more people are sending and receiving messages, and they’re sending them faster than ever before.
According to the eMarketers report, text messaging has also grown to the point where more than two-thirds of people around a globe now have one in their pockets.
That number includes nearly two-fifths of U.S. adults, as well as nearly half of those in India and China.
The U.K. is in the lead with about a fifth of the world’s population, followed by Brazil, China, India, Russia and the U.A.E. According the e-mail, texting has also become an increasingly popular way for people to communicate, as a way to stay in touch and to communicate more in real time.
It’s also a more convenient way to get things done.
For instance, the eMail app can send messages in a matter of seconds from a phone to a desktop or laptop, as opposed to weeks or months for an email.
The app is also used to send a text message to friends on Facebook or WhatsApp.
According a new report from eMarkets research firm EMarketer, the number of people using text messages has grown by 9.2 percent since 2015.
And while the number has dropped in the U-S.
and Canada, the numbers in other parts of the globe are increasing.
More and more people across the globe text with their phones.
It may seem counterintuitive, but it’s a natural reaction to the smartphone era.
The iPhone, the iPad, the BlackBerry and the Nokia all use text messaging.
It makes sense, as they were first invented to do things that are still happening on a global scale.
As with most of the apps, the messaging app is open source, and you can install the app on your phone or tablet.
For many people, the ability to send and receive text messages on your mobile phone is a huge boon, and that’s what makes them go for the free SMS.
But, according eMarkers, there are still some caveats to texting on a mobile device.
For one, the amount of time you have to spend on text messaging is significantly longer than the amount you can spend on emails.
The average length of a text is about 4 minutes, but that can vary.
And, in some cases, the message is longer than you could send in an email or instant message.
Plus, it takes longer to send an email because you have the app open on your device.
As a result, there’s a lot of wasted time.
There’s a big difference between the length of an email and the time you spend on a text.
The same is true of the number and the amount people text.
So, when you think about the benefits of text messaging, consider the following: The number of messages sent and received per hour is still about half that of email.
But that’s because most people are texting, not emailing.