Twenty-three percent of U.S. caregivers are in the 45-54 age group, which accounts for only 16 percent of the app users.
At the moment, 10 percent of Spanish broadband households own a smart watch, followed by 8 percent in the U.K., 7 percent in Germany, and 6 percent in France.
37% of consumers aged 18-24 own a connected health device, 42% of consumers aged 24-34, and among 65 and older - 31% own such a product.
Also, more than 50% of smartphone or tablet users look up food, diet, and nutrition info via an app at least once a month, according to Parks Associates.
Weight scale, blood pressure monitor, glucometer, pulse oximeter for OTC use, and insulin pump will generate total U.S. sales of nearly 17M units in 2019.
This sharing willingness varies by device used, ranging from 42% of digital pedometer owners to only 26% of those with a sleep-quality monitor.
The industry not only needs to ensure it has strong security measures in place but also that users are aware of the steps they are taking to protect their data.
About 10% of U.S. broadband households have some smart home product, and by 2019 the number of U.S. homes with a smart home controller will exceed 26 million.
Features such as fitness tracking and notifications matter for 58% of U.S. smart watch owners, and product appearance for 30%.
Moreover, 12% of U.S. broadband households own multiple such devices, according to the latest figures released by Parks Associates.
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