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Accountants Love iPhones and Shun Android, Says This

The latest CPA Trendlines survey — which is worth a glance if you're into mobile tech trends within the profession — reveals accountants favor iPhones to Android phones by two to one.

More interesting, 10% of respondents say they use neither smartphones nor tablets at work. Yet half of respondents are billing at least 11 hours a week outside of the office on work, with 11% pulling 21 to 30 hours remotely.

It is unclear how many of those hours are logged catching up on Game of Thrones on the couch with a spreadsheet open on the ole iPad.

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