Facebook topped 1 billion monthly active users in October 2012, and the social network announced another milestone in its first-quarter-2014 earnings release, as it has now surpassed 1 billion mobile MAUs, ending the quarter at 1.008 billion.
Spotify‘s Facebook application has been topping AppData‘s leaderboards for some time now. It’s the top gainer this week in monthly active users, accumulating almost 1.4 million new MAUs. Spotify has more than 32 million MAUs, and its daily active user/MAU engagement has increased 5 percent in the past week.
Facebook scored high marks in a recent report on the “green Internet” by Greenpeace, as the environmental organization called out the social network’s transparency on environmental issues, its usage of renewable energy at its data centers, and its creation of the Open Compute Project.
India became the second country to top the 100 million-user mark on Facebook, joining the U.S., Vice President of Growth and Analytics Javier Olivan told The Economic Times, saying that the milestone was reached March 31.
Zynga’s acquisition of NaturalMotion earlier this year signals a change in focus for the company. U.K.-based mobile gaming company NaturalMotion is best known for mobile games CSR Racing and Clumsy Ninja.
Positive statistics continue to roll in for Instagram, as the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing service’s announcement Wednesday that it had reached 200 million monthly active users was followed by a report by market researcher eMarketer that favorably compared Instagram usage in the U.S. with that of Twitter.
King.com broke 300 million month active users on Facebook Wednesday, according to AppData. That puts the newly public company at more than triple the MAUs of Zynga on the same platform. So far, King.com’s debut on the New York Stock Exchange has been rocky: Shares closed trading Wednesday at $19 each, more than 15 percent lower than the offering price.