8pm to midnight is primetime for the mobile web.
The most popular time for mobile browsing is between 8pm and midnight, according to Opera's latest State of the Mobile Web report.
Its conclusion is based on monitoring usage of the company's Opera Mini browser. It found that in all of its top ten countries, the peak period was in the evenings.
Well, apart from the UK, where we're as likely to be browsing between 8am and noon.
The evening spike is a further hint that people are evolving 'two-screen' behaviour, surfing on their phones while sitting on the sofa watching TV.
"As more consumers use increasingly vast amounts of mobile data, it looks like we will need more people looking after our servers in the evening hours," says Opera co-founder Jon von Tetzchner.
Opera also revealed its monthly stats: Opera Mini had more than 61.4 million users in May 2010, up 4.2% from the previous month, and up 142% year-on-year.
It seems the company's iPhone app - launched in mid-April - is a big driver for its growth at the moment.
More than 2.6 million people used the new browser in the second half of April, according to Opera's last monthly report.