India leads the global race in having the most number of app publishers on Nokia Store according to a survey conducted by the Finnish mobile company. The survey called the Nokia Mobisight, studied how Indians accessed Internet on their Nokia phones between June-December 2012.
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According to the report of the 1,20,000 apps on the Nokia Store a majority have been published by Indian app developers, followed by developers from other countries like Finland, US and China. The survey also studied the trends among the Internet users and found that Indians not only want to be safe from online predators, but also want to keep most of their phone’s features away from prying eyes using third-party security apps. Nokia observed that apps like Lock On Gallery, Lock On Messaging, Lock On Apps and Call Recorder were among the most downloaded on its Store. Also Read - India has the highest number of smartwatch owners globally: Survey
The report also claims that data consumption on Nokia’s mobile web browser has tripled and in the seven months taken into account, Nokia phone users across the country accessed 12.7 billion webpages, consuming a staggering 1.67 PetaBytes of data. Not surprisingly websites like Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and YouTube were the most accessed. Also Read - 7 in 10 women lose self esteem due to Facebook, Twitter