While living patterns that don’t differ greatly from day to day — especially during the work week — how Americans use their mobile devices does vary depending on the day of week. On Wednesdays, for instance, more Americans visit sports sites on their phones than any other day of the week, even compared to Saturday and Sunday.
Below is a representation of where we see the most traffic to the different internet site categories over the course of a week. For example, more people visit sports sites on Wednesday than any other day of the week.
It is worth noting that some site categories have relatively even use across the week. Shopping and real estate orien- ted sites see an even distribution of users Tuesday through Thursday. Similarly, Fashion, Games, Religion & Spirituality, Hobbies, and Arts & Entertainment sites see most of their visitors on the weekend. Personal finance sites see an even workweek with low usage over the weekend.
Also of interest is the fact that we found some differences between the day sites see their highest number of unique users and when they experience the greatest number of page views. In some cases, there might be a surge of visitors to a category, but the quantity of pages viewed is low, indicating relatively low engagement levels. Or, conversely, some sites see days where total visitors are lower than average, but pages viewed are very high, which means those visitors are more engaged with the site content.
Below is a representation of where we see the most traffic to the different internet site categories over the course of a 24-hour period. For example, most people visit Sports sites in the morning hours (6-10 a.m.) than any other time period of the day.
In August 2013, the consumer base of the Opera Mini, Opera for Android and Mobile Classic browsers had more than 264 million unique users globally — showing a 26% increase in users year over year. In all, 36% of them are browsing the web with smartphones.
Opera Mini users viewed more than 176 billion pages and generated over 3–7 billion MB of data worldwide. Data in the Opera Mini browser is compressed to as little as 10% of its original size. If this data were uncompressed, Opera Mini users would have viewed over 15 petabytes of data.