uc browser third most popular app in india: quettra report
2015-12-03 from: ucwebs
new delhi, 3rd december, 2015- uc browser is the 3rd most used app in india after facebook and whatsapp, according to a report released by the information based on data provided by quettra. the report, titled ‘what makes indians tick’, offers a glimpse into india’s mobiles app market and has ranked apps based in terms of total monthly hours spent.
according to the report, indian users spend five million more monthly hours on uc browser than on chrome. uc browser also outruns the app of google in terms of total monthly hours spent in india. apart from uc browser, uc browser mini and uc browser hd are among the top 6 browser app list in india.
androids owners in india and the u.s. show big differences in usage of various mobiles apps, with indians far more likely to use utility apps, the mobiles web and shopping apps, the data shows.
recently, uc also browser became world's second most popular mobiles browser with 17.42% market share, according to statcounter, an independent analytics firm. uc browser is the no.1 mobiles browser in india with over 50% monthly page view market share as of nov. 2015.
ucwebs has been seeing exciting success in emerging markets, long dominating mobiles browser market in china, india and indonesia, the three most populous emerging markets globally. both india and indonesia have become the new frontier for mobiles internet, driven mostly by the rapid growth of their connected population. the popularity of uc browser attributes to its fast speed and easy access to local content and services, as well as the powerful distribution network.
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