According to our latest research, the Digital Divide in the world Internet is getting smaller. The report can be seen in our latest newsletter.
The IWS database shows 3,267,556,281 Internet users and a penetration rate of 45.0% in the world, as of June 30, 2015. This figure shows an increase over the initial estimate of September 10 due to new stats from India. Mid-year 2015 world population is estimated at 7,260,621,118. See more.
Local time and weather links have been added to all the eleven regional pages in http://www.internetworldstats.com/links.htm These links replace the old links from Ookla.com with Internet download speeds, that have been discontinued.
The new links provide very useful information for each country, such as Local time; Local weather; Local geographical position in the world map, and local dialing instructions.
In China, currently nearly 89% of Internet users use smartphones to go online, according to the CNNIC.
In the United States nearly two-thirds of Americans are now smartphone users, and for many these devices are their entry point to the Internet world, according to the PEW Research Center.
Worldwide, eMarketer forecasts that by 2018 there will be over 2.73 billion smartphone users. In the Internet Report by KPCB, some very interesting aspects of time spent per day by Adult Internet users. A report summary can be seen at Technology Personalized.
In the United Kingdom, an Ofcom survey has confirmed that smartphones are the main device for going online. Two thirds of the population own a smartphone using it for nearly two hours every day to browse the internet, access social media, bank and shop online.
We are starting this blog using RWD, this means responsive web design. This will be a great resource for smartphone users visiting the Internet World Stats website. Get our latest news by vising this blog, which will be updated frequently! Click here to return to the website index.