Playing noisy music, games or movies in public without using headphones is the most annoying habit mobile users have, say Nokia fans in a mobile etiquette poll run by the official Nokia blog, Nokia Conversations.
Just over 21 percent of respondents said that being blasted by someone’s mobile noise was the most offensive mobile habit. People talking loudly on their handset followed close behind in second place with with just under 21 percent of people saying this habit irked them.
Surprisingly, only 1.65 percent of people said that their partner’s use of a mobile phone while in bed was a problem. The mobile company’s mobile etiquette study, follows on from a similar study conducted by Redshift Research on behalf of Intel Corp. UK earlier in July, which revealed that bad mobile habits are on the rise.
People playing music/games/movies in public, without the use of headphones
People who talk loudly on their phone
People using their phone in the theatre/cinema
Taking pictures and uploading them without permission
Using a cellphone when at the dinner table
Constant looking at the screen, just in case they missed a call or text
Continually looking up every conversation item on their smartphone
Partner using their phone in bed
People just need to become more tolerant