The top web browsers in China on PC are Chrome with close to half market share by traffic (45.19%), followed by IE 9, IE 11, IE 8, QQ, 2345, Sogou, Firefox, Safari, and other in Q1 2019, according to a Baidu’s study. Some of China’s top browsers are developed based on Google Chromium including QQ […]
Mobile Stats, Trends, and Insights in China
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On average a Chinese mobile netizen installed 42 apps in Q1 2018. Tik Tok topped the ranking of most downloaded apps on iOS store in China in March 2018. E-commerce app Pinduoduo moved up 12 places to the fifth. WeChat led the ranking of top 20 mobile apps in China. Chinese mobile netizen on average installed 6.6 apps […]
As of 2015, the share of app activation by ad promotion has kept growing for two consecutive years. In 2017, the share of app activation by ad promotion in China reached 10.6%, a year-on-year increase of 32.5%. iOS platform dominates the click volume of performance-based advertising in 2017 in China, whose share grew to 98.5% […]
GSMA has a very exciting programme lined up for Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2018. While showcasing the latest developments in mobile, this year’s event will offer attendees a wide range of experiences through the conference, the exhibition and specialized programmes such as Women4Tech, 4YFN and beyond.
The number of active users of Ping An Pocket Bank grew by 304% year-on-year to 16.066 million in January 2018 according to Analysys from only 3.977 million in January 2017, ranking fifth in the mobile banking market. In February 2018, this figure reached 16.917 million, a 5.3% increase quarter-on-quarter. Ping An Bank Co., Ltd. is a […]
Xiaomi filed an initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong on May 3, 2018, becoming the first technology corporation to use Hong Kong’s new rule, i.e. dual-class shares, for going public.
Mobile social networking is the top category of mobile apps in China by the average total time spent, followed by mobile videos, mobile games, and news. Top 10 mobile apps by monthly active users are WeChat, QQ, Alipay, Taobao, iQiyi, Tencent Video, Baidu (search), Weibo, Youku, and QQ Browser. Check out top mobile apps in China […]
The monthly active devices of China mobile internet has held steady at over 1 billion units, seeing slow growth in 2017. The year-on-year growth rate also shows the gradual step-down trend. China’s mobile payment transaction value has already reached US$5.5 trillion in 2016, which is estimated to reach US$15.4 trillion in 2017. The number of […]
Chinese young people are the main user group of mobile internet while those from lower-tier cities are definitely the fastest growing segment. As of February 2018, the number of post-90s reached 212 million with 38.6% YoY growth of penetration rate. FPS became popular among post-90s in lower-tier cities rapidly, as the number of players was 3.5 […]
China mobile maps app users reached 644 million as of December 2017, led by Gaode Maps (AutoNavi) and Baidu Maps according to data from Jiguang. Gaode’s daily active users exceeded 40 million; its MAU exceeded 340 million in December 2017. Gaode Maps mobile app rose to the top 10 mobile apps by penetration rate in […]
China smartphone market declined 15.7% year-over-year (YoY) in Q4 2017 and 4.9% for the whole of 2017 according to IDC.
The Big Picture of Mobility: 2017 Deloitte China Mobile Consumer Survey is an online survey conducted by Deloitte China TMT industry during the past five years. The survey focuses on consumer behaviors, trends, and opinions regarding a broad range of wireless and mobility products and services.
Total monthly active users of China’s short video platforms grew to 244 million in Q3 2017 according to data from Analysis. The daily active users is close to 86 million.
China saw an average increase of 18% in digital marketing budget in 2018 according to AdMaster. 23% advertisers have a budget increase of over 30%. 36% advertisers will try smart TV advertising in 2018 while 38% will not consider this option. On the mobile side, the primary advertising channels are mobile social media and videos; […]
Consumers haven’t realized how deeply digital screens impact their daily lives, especially on weekdays according to Wavemaker. As Tier 3-4 markets’ usage has caught up, we believe that the “always on” consumer is now mainstream. This indicates digital screens’ much wider and deeper influence in China cross different regions and market tiers than ever before. […]