Facebook now has 874 million monthly active mobile users

Daniel Bader

October 30, 2013 4:32pm

Facebook is on a tear. The company reported its Q3 earnings for the three months ending September 30th today, and investors have renewed reasons to be excited about the world’s largest social network.

Facebook beat analysts’ estimates by posting revenue of $2.02 billion, earning $0.25 per share on non-GAAP net income of $611 million. The company now derives 41% of its overall revenue from mobile — 49% of its advertising revenue comes from mobile, too. Overall ad revenue for the quarter was $1.80 billion.

On the user base side, Facebook is now used by 874 million mobile users per month, a 45% increase from the same period a year ago. Overall usage is now 1.19 billion people, 699 million of whom log in daily. Daily active users on mobile totalled 507 million, meaning mobile users are more likely to log in every day than those who keep strictly to the web.

The market is reacting quite positively to the earnings announcement, sending the stock shooting up 15% in after-hours trading.

  • Chris Lau

    FaceBook’s 199 million US monthly users is 63 million MORE than the number of employed people in the US

    • thedosbox

      Why is this of note? Not everyone is in the work force – retirees, teenagers etc.

  • pacopaco

    i just deactivated mine so they have one less

  • beyond

    GO FACEBOOK!!!!!!!!!…………………………………………………………GO TO HELL!!!!!

  • Raj Singh

    What’s Facebook?

  • Bob

    I only login to facebook to give away lives on candycrush


    I created my FB profile in 2007, closed my FB profile in 2007, never used it again.

  • J-Ro

    I wonder if they factor in that the mobile app is always on in the background. Unless I uninstall it or log out, I am logged in. Does that count?