Facebook just released financial results for Q4 of 2015, and one number starts out in particular: 934 million mobile daily active users (DAUs).
Sure, 0.9 billion might not sound quite as impressive as the 1.04 billion total daily users, but we already knew the company had passed the billion milestone in early November.
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There were 894 million mobile DAUs at the time, which means the company has added 40 million more mobile users per day since November, and it will very likely cross 1 billion mobile DAUs sometime this year.
Meanwhile, the company is also slowly encroaching on the 2 billion monthly active users (MAUs) mark – three were 1.59 billion MAUs in December, or 14 percent more than the same time in 2014. Of those, 1.44 came from mobile, an increase of 21 percent, once again showing the quicker growth in the mobile sector.
Basically, it doesn’t look like Facebook is going anywhere but up anytime soon. For the full financial report, check out the source link below.
➤ Facebook Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2015 Results [ExampleSource]