Almost doubles its base in a year.
Opera says 80m users accessed mobile browser in November, up 4.9 per cent month-over-month and a 91.8 per cent year-over-year.
This equated to total page views of 44.6 billion, consuming 677m MB of data.
The traffic was mostly going in predictable directions with Google the most visited mobile website, followed by Facebook, Russian social network Vkontakte and YouTube.
These stats were revealed in the Nov issue of Opera's State Of The Mobile Web report, which also has a focus on the Latin American market on the following.
Highlights of this include:
* From November 2009 to November 2010, page views in the top 11 countries of Latin America increased by 543 per cent, unique users increased by 298 per cent and data transferred increased by 447 per cent.
* Growth rates in Latin America: Brazil and Ecuador lead the top 11 countries of the region in terms of page-view growth (1535.9 per cent and 860.4 per cent, respectively).
* In the top Latin American countries — except for Brazil — Google, Facebook, Live, and YouTube variously occupy positions 1 through 4 in the site rankings for each country. In Brazil, Orkut replaces Facebook, but Facebook is still in Brazil’s top 10 list of sites.
* Out of the 110 total handsets listed, 66 of them were Nokia, 29 of them were Sony Ericsson, 2 of them were LG, 1 of them was Samsung, 5 of them were BlackBerry and 7 were Apple.
Opera has also revealed a new widget runtime platform for Google's Android operating system, whch will support the new Wholesale Applications Community (WAC) 1.0 Specification.