According to Nielson the Black demographic's model regarding average time spent in an hour on different mediums is for the most part accurate. The use of a smartphone and desktop were in the top 3 of popular platforms of media consumption while they were almost my only platform of consumption.
When stumbling upon page 6 that's when I started running into inconsistencies of how I consume media compared to peers of my age and race. Where Live TV takes up 51% of the population's day I spend upwards to 60% on a mobile platform, since I'm on the go majority of the time.
Out of the 5 apps I used there was 26% chance more likely I would access Facebook, for a longer duration than my other options too. The app which I used about 15% of the time in a day would be GroupMe because it's more of a discussion based platform, on average I would spend 3 minutes on the app.