Sixteen per cent of anglophone Canadians stream audio content on their smartphones and 14 per cent stream online video, Media Technology Monitor (MTM) said in a new report. In a report called “Streaming Media on Smartphones” released Wednesday, MTM said the number of anglophones who stream audio content on their phones rose 77 per cent in 2012, while those who stream video increased by 16 per cent. It said seven per cent of anglophones stream TV on their smartphones. The survey results are according to telephone interviews conducted by Forum Research Inc. with 4,001 anglophones between Oct. 3 and Nov. 24, 2012. MTM said 42 per cent of smartphone users that own an Apple Inc. iPhone stream audio on their phones, compared to 32 of users who own a Google Inc. Android phone and 15 per cent for BlackBerry users. The poll found that iPhone owners are more likely to stream video than other smartphone users. It said 39 per cent of iPhone users stream video, compared to 30 per cent of Android users and 12 per cent for BlackBerry. MTM, a joint-research project between CBC/Radio-Canada and BBM Analytics, said the results of the report are accurate within plus or minus 1.5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.