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Much of this growth came out of Central and South America - perhaps unsurprising given the existing high rates of penetration in North America - but the United States alone contributed 22 million (25%) of the 88 million new social media users across the region in the past year.

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Faster mobile internet access may be one of the reasons why Filipinos spend more time on the internet than people in any of the other 29 countries we profile in-depth in our Digital in 2017 report.

The latest data from - who’ve been kind enough to share their valuable data publicly again in this year’s report - show that the average Filipino internet user spends a whopping 9 hours online each day, with mobile access accounting for more than three and a half People in 9 of the countries we covered spend an average of more than eight hours each day using the internet, and it’s interesting to note that all of those countries appear at the lower end of the associated economic rankings.

It’s also interesting to note that developed economies’ share of global digital users dropped this year, as digital growth in Asia-Pacific - particularly in South and Southeast Asia - moved the balance further East.

APAC is now home to more than half the world’s internet users, 54% of the world’s social media users, and 56% of all mobile social media users.

Internet users were still up 21 million to a new total of 637 million though, representing 3% year-on-year growth.

Social media use in Europe grew by 5% to pass 400 million total users across the continent, while mobile social media was up 11% versus our 2016 report, with 340 million people across the region using social media via mobile devices each month.

The Middle East claims top spot in this year’s growth rankings though, with all key indicators showing impressive growth.