19/02/2016 09:59 GMT | Updated 25/09/2017 06:07 BST

What People Hate Most About Smartphone Culture: 'The Expectation Of Being Constantly Available Makes Me Anxious'

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Side view of a group of people in a crowd using different brands and colors of mobile phones (cellphones).

Our mobile phones are well and truly part of our lives with the average person checking theirs every six and a half minutes.

But that doesn't necessarily mean our devices make us happy.

In a recent Reddit thread, one user asked others to reveal what annoys them most about our current "smartphone culture".

The thread received more than 2,000 comments in less than 24 hours, proving it's a subject a lot of people feel passionately about.

Here are just 11 of the responses:


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