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40% Of Facebook Users Are Mobile Users

Sites include . Published on January 14th, 2012. Written by Daniel Renfro.

Facebook is the most popular social network of our time. It has a wide range of various types of users appealing to the young adolescent generation to adults, parents, and even grandparents. It is used to social interaction and connects friends, family members, coworkers, etc in a unique and fun way. Facebook is even beneficial for businesses of all sizes and types as a form of advertisement and sharing information and special offers with Facebook users.

Facebook and other various social networks are not only popular on the internet from computers, but also on mobile devices. In this day and age, mobile devices are extremely popular and are not just being used as telephones anymore but rather as another way to access the internet and use e-mail, GPS, and also social networks. To show just how popular Facebook is through mobile devices it has been found that 40% of Facebook users are mobile users. That is a lot of Facebook users using their mobile smart phones to update and check their social network.

Here’s some more information about  the amount of Facebook mobile users:

“According to new data from Benedict Evans for Enders Analysis, the number of monthly active users of Facebook’s mobile apps recently passed the 300 million mark. This is primarily due to heavy use of the iOS and Android apps, but it also takes into account apps that run on BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Phone, iPad and feature phones.

That number equates to roughly 40% of Facebook’s currently disclosed 800 million active users.”

It will be interesting to see how Facebook continues to grow, how the number of its mobile users increases, as well as if it will continue to be the top social networking site or if another one will begin to become more popular.

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