Thursday, 25 November 2010

State of the Mobile Web, October 2010

Armenia's favorite mobile browser is Opera Mini. Opera Software, the company behind it, has published its annual State of the Mobile Web report. Here are some itneresting findings realted to Armenia.

  • Page-view growth since October 2009: 176.9 %
  • Unique-user growth since October 2009: 39.6 %
  • Data transfer growth since October 2009: 190.7 %
  • Page views per user: 1,380
  • Data transferred per user (MB): 12
  • Data transferred per page view (KB): 9
Top 10 sites in Armenia (unique users)
  1. odnoklassniki.ru
  2. google.com
  3. mail.ru
  4. yandex.ru
  5. my.opera.com
  6. tegos.ru
  7. youtube.com
  8. i-jet.ru
  9. wapos.ru
  10. facebook.com
Russia and CIS trends
  • In Part 3 of this month’s report, we look at countries in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The top 11 countries using Opera Mini in that region are Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan.
  • Some numbers: From October 2009 to October 2010, page views in the top 11 countries of the CIS increased by 128%, unique users increased by 44% and data transferred increased by 119%.
  • Growth rates in the CIS: Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan lead the top 11 countries of the region in terms of page-view growth (2124.9% and 600.1%, respectively). Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan lead the top 11 countries of the region in growth of unique users (517.2% and 211.0%, respectively). Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan lead the top 11 countries of the region in growth of data transferred (1764.8% and 315.2%, respectively). Armenia leads the top 11 countries of the region in page views per user, with each user browsing 1,380 pages on average each month.
  • Among the countries of the CIS, the most popular sites include Vkontakte, Yandex, Odnoklassniki.ru, Google, and Mail.ru.
  • We looked at the top 10 handsets used in each of the top 11 CIS countries. Out of the 110 total handsets listed, 100 of them were Nokia, 5 of them were Sony Ericsson, 2 of them were Samsung, 2 of them were LG, and 1 was Apple.
Cheers to Kornelilj for reminding about this report.

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