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91 percent of Americans own a cellphone.

81 percent of the owners send or receive text messages.

52 percent send or receive emails on their phone.

50 percent downloads apps.

49 percent get directions, recommendations or location-based information.

48 percent listen to music.

21 percent make video calls.

8 percent share their exact location.

Source: A Pew Internet survey of 2,252 U.S. adults conducted April 17-May 19 and released Thursday.

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