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Global mobile trends: Fastest growing iOS and Android markets

This chart shows the growth of iOS and Android devices from January 2012 and January 2013. China no longer leads in terms of growth but still grew by 209% over the year. Colombia (278%), Vietnam (266%) and Turkey (247%) saw the highest amounts of growth over the period.

Global mobile trends: Fastest growing iOS and Android markets. This chart shows the growth of iOS and Android devices from January 2012 and January 2013. China no longer leads in terms of growth but still grew by 209% over the year. Colombia (278%), Vietnam (266%) and Turkey (247%) saw the highest amounts of growth over the period.

13/03/2013  |  Full story...

Top 10 markets for Facebook by % reach of visitors

Five of the top 10 markets for Facebook penetration are in Latin America. Facebook reached 90.9% of all online users in Chile, ranking as the third most highly penetrated market globally behind Philipines and Turkey.

Top 10 markets for Facebook by % reach of visitors. Five of the top 10 markets for Facebook penetration are in Latin America. Facebook reached 90.9% of all online users in Chile, ranking as the third most highly penetrated market globally behind Philipines and Turkey.<br />

13/10/2011  |  Full story...

Global Twitter usage: Indonesia, Brazil and Venezuela lead surge as audience doubles in a year

The global audience to Twitter.com has doubled in the past year, as the Latin American audience grows fourfold, according to new research.The study, from comScore, found that in June, nearly 93 million Internet users visited Twitter.com, an increase of 109 percent from the previous year, as the social networking site achieved strong gains across all global regions.

Indonesia reported the highest penetration, with 20.8 percent of Internet users in the country visiting Twitter.com that month, followed by Brazil and Venezuela, with Venezuela’s growth fueled in large part by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s decision to join Twitter in late April.

13/08/2010  |  Full story...

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