If you’re tired of seeing your retirement text message or birthday card posted on the internet, then this infographic will help.
According to the infographic, the average age of retirement texts and emails is 27.5 years old.
The average age at which text messages and emails are sent is 20.5.
According the infographic:Text messages, as a group, have been on the decline in recent years, with more than two thirds of all text messages now sent from smartphones and tablets.
The majority of all texts are sent via email, with the majority of emails sent by text message.
The vast majority of text messages are sent through social media.
The percentage of text message recipients in the US has fallen by over 20% in the past 10 years.
According to the World Health Organization, 90% of people use text messaging in the UK and only 15% of US adults use it.
The infographic also explains that the majority people who receive texts and email messages tend to be older, and that the number of people receiving text messages from older people has increased by around 50% in just five years.
The majority of people who send text messages in the USA are over 50 years old, with over 50% of Americans aged 65 and over being text messages recipient.
The United States is the only country that has a lower percentage of people using text messaging from younger people.
Text messages have become more ubiquitous in the last decade, with SMS having grown from 0.2% in 2007 to 4.3% in 2013.
However, the infographic also notes that a majority of SMS users are aged between 35 and 50.
In a survey conducted in 2015 by Statista, 74% of millennials aged 18-24 reported that they have sent text messages at least once.
This infographic comes as a result of the launch of the Text-To-Speech (TTSP) service.
The service is designed to make text messages more accessible to people with disabilities.
According on the site, “Text to Speak is an innovative service that helps you to communicate using voice, text, voice control and visual controls in a way that can be used by any language.”
The app is free to download for users aged 18 and up.
The app will soon be available in Australia and New Zealand.