July 25, 2016

Ramadan Report: A Survey of Mobile Internet User Behavior in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore
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On June 6, 2016 - Muslims across the world entered the month of Ramadan, an extremely important time for followers of Islam. Especially in countries that are majority Muslim, Ramadan customs also impact daily life and work. There are many Muslims living in Southeast Asia; according to the website MuslimPopulation.com, as of 2014, data show that Muslims make up 16% of the population in Singapore, 88% in Indonesia, and 60% in Malaysia. Cheetah Global Lab has leveraged big data from appinsight to gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact Ramadan has on the mobile internet in these three countries. Click here to view the full report. 


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