Facebook Reveals 78% Of US Users Are Mobile As It Starts Sharing User Counts By Country

Good new numbers here. Facebook is now so clearly a mobile service that has a desktop version also…

TechCrunch

A new level of transparency from Facebook will help the world see whether its mobile growth is entirely propped up by international users that don’t earn the company as much money. Today Facebook announced it will start sharing country-by-country web and mobile monthly and daily user counts. Facebook’s 101 million US daily mobile users make up a whopping 78% of its 128 million daily US users.

Facebook’s global mobile daily active user count increased 10.3% from 425 million to 469 million from Q1 to Q2 2013. But how much of that growth was in its high-monetizing first-world markets? And how much was in its emerging international markets where more people are on feature phones and it earns less per user? Before we couldn’t tell. Soon we’ll be able to.

In a statement, Facebook said:

“We are doing this because we believe brands and businesses should think differently about how people…

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