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Highlights from the 2014 Mary Meeker Internet Trends Report

"Mobile advertising is still underperforming vs. time spent on mobile devices, whereas print is still significantly overperforming."

May 28, 2014:

Highlights

  • Internet user growth has slowed below 10%, smartphone growth is still strong but slowing.
  • But mobile data traffic is accelerating—up 81% year-over-year—thanks to video, where mobile is now 22% of consumption.
  • Only 30% of the world’s 5.2 billion mobile users have smartphones—still room for growth.
  • There are still more global TV users (5.5 billion) than mobile phone (5.2 billion).
  • 97% of smartphone share OS “made in USA” vs. 5% in pre-iPhone era.
  • Mobile advertising is still underperforming vs. time spent on mobile devices, whereas print is still significantly overperforming.
  • About 5 million Bitcoin wallets exist, up 8 times year-over-year.
  • Tinder users “swipe” 800 million times per day, up 21 times year-over-year.
  • 66% of U.S. tablet owners are surfing the web while watching TV. 44% are shopping.
  • 52% of ESPN’s digital users access only on smartphones and tablets, representing 48% of time spent.
  • China’s mobile Internet users now ~80% of total China Internet users. More critical mass for mobile web than anywhere, and leading mobile commerce revolution.
  • Six of top 10 Internet properties “made in USA”—down from 9 of top 10 last year—with more than 86% of their users outside America. “China rising fast.”

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7826396

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