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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Opera publishes its top 30 chart for mobile browsing in 2010

Continuing with the December theme of reviews and predictions, browser company Opera has published its State of the Mobile Web top 30 list.

Last year, Facebook was the most-visited site by Opera Mini users worldwide – but this year Google is back in first place, pushing Facebook into the number 2 position.

Jon von Tetzchner, co-founder of Opera Software, said “We believe people with access to information lead more social, more informed and more empowered lives. Growth in mobile browsing means the web is pushing beyond its traditional borders. If the first era of the web was about expanding the capability and content of the web, the second age is clearly about access. In Opera we believe that access to the web is a universal right.”

In total, 80 million people used Opera Mini in November, viewing 44.6 billion pages that involved 6.3 petabytes of operator data.

Opera global sites 2010

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