Our expert says:
HMm, this topic sure brings out the puns, doesn't it ? I think the expert consensus would be --- its not unhealthy for someone to have regular access to porn, depending on how it is used. If it is a substitute for human contact and relationships, that's sad. If it's a spice that enables them to maintain loving and sexual relationships, that's OK. As you'll see from other responses, many nice normal folks share such viewing, and make it a part of their relationship, rather than forcing it to become a solitary and secret activity for one spouse.
Downloading such stuff on his cellphone sounds like a waste of money and with more risk of discovery inadvertently by others.
It is more often men who enjoy this form of lubricious entertainment --- but then more women get hooked on Lurve-porn ( soapies, love-novels, etc) than men, in both cases enjoying something by proxy.
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