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China Mobile Internet 2015 Year in Review

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See what happened in China Mobile internet market in 2015!


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TalkingData is China’s largest independent Big Data service platform focusing on the mobile Internet. After nearly 5 years of rapid development,TalkingData has progressively built the best-in-class Big Data products and services varying from highly-scalable data mining, deep data analytics, DMP (Data Management Platform), market intelligence, enterprise-level consulting service.

TalkingData are now serving for more than 80,000 mobile developers with reaching over 2 billion independent mobile devices in China. Many well-known internet and traditional companies are running their businesses based on our services, including Tencent,Baidu,Netease,360, China UnionPay,CMB,CIB,CITIC,Ping An, etc.

See what happened in China Mobile internet market in 2015!


About TalkingData:
TalkingData is China’s largest independent Big Data service platform focusing on the mobile Internet. After nearly 5 years of rapid development,TalkingData has progressively built the best-in-class Big Data products and services varying from highly-scalable data mining, deep data analytics, DMP (Data Management Platform), market intelligence, enterprise-level consulting service.

TalkingData are now serving for more than 80,000 mobile developers with reaching over 2 billion independent mobile devices in China. Many well-known internet and traditional companies are running their businesses based on our services, including Tencent,Baidu,Netease,360, China UnionPay,CMB,CIB,CITIC,Ping An, etc.

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  1. 1. Part 01 2015 Annual Report of Mobile Internet Trends
  2. 2. User insights App development Equipment brands Cross-sector integration — — M a j o r i n t e r n e t t r e n d s i n 2 0 1 5Part 01
  3. 3. Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center The number of users from the younger groups is climbing, while the post 80s still have the biggest share Still represents largest relative share the overall market The number of users from less- developed regions is rapidly growing Users from central provinces are particularly active Female users on mobile devices are increasing, creating a more balanced gender structure Male VS Female 55.4% 44.6% Under 25 VS 26-35 36.5% 37.1% 3rd-tier cities (and smaller) Sichuan & Hubei 1st-tier cities 1.28 bln 3.2% Quarterly growth Growth in the number of active mobile devices is gradually slowing as user scale is beoming saturated. Q-o-Q growth of user scale in 2016 will drop below 3% China’s mobile internet industry 2015 While overall mobile device growth slowed in 2015, the percentage of female users and users from 3rd-tier (or smaller) cities increased
  4. 4. 1.13 1.18 1.24 1.28 6.6% 4.8% 4.6% 3.2% 2015Q1 2015Q2 2015Q3 2015Q4 Total number of mobile devices in China from 2015Q1 to 2015Q4 Number of mobile devices (bln units) 1.28 bn mobile devices By December, 2015,China has 1.28 billion units of active mobile devices,up 150 million from the first quarter.But the overall growth rate is slowing down as the mobile user scale is nearing its ceiling. Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center. The number of smart mobile device users refers to the total number of active mobile device devices, including smart phones, tablets, smart watches and smart TV boxes. China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Quarterly growth (%) In 2015, mobile device growth decelerated, market coverage is approaching saturation
  5. 5. Gender structure of mobile netizens 57.8% 42.2% 55.4% 44.6%Dec. 2014 Dec. 2015 Female users taking a larger share of the market By December 2015,44.6% of China's smart mobile users was female, creating a more balanced gender structure in mobile users. Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Women power: the gender structure between male and female mobile netizens is becoming increasingly balanced
  6. 6. 35.7% 38.3% 13.2% 9.1% 3.7% 36.5% 37.1% 13.5% 9.0% 3.9% Under 25 y/o 26-35 y/o 36-45 y/o 46/55 y/o Above 55 y/o Post-1990 + Post-2000 Post- 1980 Post-1970 Post-1960 Pre-1960 Age structure of Mobile Users 12/2014 12/2015 By December 2015,36.5% smart mobile device users in China are under 25 y/o, up from 35.7% in 2014;The post-1990s & post-2000s generations are occupying an increasingly larger proportion;percentage ofusers above 35 y/o went up slightly; while users of post-1980 saw a moderate decrease. Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Centre China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Youth market: 73.6% of mobile users are under the age of 35, with the post-90, post-00 generations showing gains in 2015
  7. 7. Map of mobile device user distribution among all provinces Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Centre Note: Active times per month = Total number of active times on all active devices / Total number of active devices Index:Active times per month Map of mobile device user activity among all provinces Index:user proportion among all provinces in Percentage Guangdong & Beijing contain the largest number of mobile device users by province Guangdong contains thelargest number of mobile device users in China at 14.3%, followed by Beijing and Jiangsu. Sichuan & Hubei have the highest level of mobile device user activation Sichuan and Hubei havethe highest mobile device user activation rates by province at 60.4 and 60.3 active times per month respectively China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Eastern coastal provinces contain a larger number of users, while the number of active users in central provinces is higher
  8. 8. Usage share ratio in different tiers of cities First-tier Cities Second-tier Cities Third-tier cities and below 16.3% 36.1% 47.6% 18.1% 32.6% 49.3 %01/2015 12/2015 User ratio in first-tier cities increased by 1.8%, from 16.3% at the beginning of the year, to 18.1%. User ratio in second-tier cities dropped from36.1% at the beginningof the year, to 32.6%. User ratio in third-tier cities and below was raised by 1.7%, to 49.3%. 1.8% First-tier Cities 3.5% Second-tier Cities 1.7% Third-tier cities and below Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Centre Note: First-tier cities are Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen; Second-tier cities are provincial capitals, municipalities, Xiamen, Zhuhai, and Shantou; Third-tier cities are all but first and second tier cities. China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Usage share keeps increasing in cities of first-tier, third-tier and smaller
  9. 9. User insights App development Equipment brands Cross-sector integration — — M a j o r i n t e r n e t t r e n d s i n 2 0 1 5Part 01
  10. 10. Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center Cell phones taking a larger share Cell phone's share Tablet's share Improved device quality Large screen cell phones are capable of more functions that previously could only be carried out by tablets, weakeningtablet’s advantage. Expensive phones andlarge screens are gaining popularity. 4G network use is also up. User experience with mobile devices is improving. Higher prices The rise of smart hardware 94% 5% Larger screens Better network Wearable device use is on the rise, becoming increasingly common in many aspects of mobile netizens’ daily lives China’s mobile internet industry 2015 In 2015 cell phones become even more central to daily life, leading to an upgrade in hardware quality and a proliferation of device models
  11. 11. 90.2% 9.1% 0.72% 94.2% 5.0% 0.79% Market share of smart mobile devices Jan. 2015 Dec. 2015 Tablet Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center Tablet's market share fell to 5.0% Tablet's market share falls from 9.1% in January 2015 to 5.0% as smart phones keeps gobbling up the market. Smart phones saw its market share rise from 90.2% (Dec 2014) to 94.2% (Dec 2015).Other smart mobile devices like smart wearables and smartTV boxes saw a slightincrease in market share from a small base. China’s mobile internet industry 2015 OthersSmart phone Tablets are losing market share in face of competition from smart phones and other smart devices
  12. 12. 500-999 RMB 2000-3999 RMB 6.3% 3.6% 21.1% 21.8% 38.1% 30.8% 27.0% 24.7% 7.5% 19.1% Jan. 2015 Dec. 2015 1-499 RMB 11.6% increase in the market share of devices priced above RMB 4,000 Fewer people are choosing mid- or low- price smart mobile devices and more people are accepting high-end devices. 19.1% of users are using high-end devices worth RMB 4,000+,up from 7.5% at the beginning ofthe year. Price distribution of smart mobile devices 1000-1999 RMB Above 4,000 RMB Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Customers are turning to high-end devices as consumption habits change
  13. 13. 40.9% 25.6% 30.8% 37.8% 28.3% 36.6% Jan. 2015 Dec. 2015 Large screen Medium screen Small screen Market share for smart mobile devices, by screen size Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center. Large screen devices refer to those 5-inch screen or larger ones, while medium screen devices come between 4.6 to 5 inches, and small screen devices are of 4.5-inch screen or smaller ones. iPhone 5s iPhone 6/6s iPhone 6/6s Plus 4-inch 4.7-inch 5.5-inch MATE 8 6-inch P8 5.2-inch MATE S 5.5-inch China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Medium and large-screen devices are replacing smaller ones, as major brands have all started to promote large-screen products
  14. 14. Network environment of Chinese mobile users 2G 3G 4G WiFi56.9% 41.2% 5.2% 19.5% 20.3% 21.5% 17.6% 17.8% Jan. 2015 Dec. 2015 19.5% of China’s mobile netizens use a 4G network to access the internet By the end of 2015,people using mobile devices under a 4G network accounted for one fifth of the total, nearly four times of the proportion at the beginning ofthe year, indicating significantimprovementin the mobile internetenvironment. Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center. Any device that uses any of the above networks in the survey period is calculated as a user of such network. China’s mobile internet industry 2015 More people are using mobile devices under a 4G network
  15. 15. 24.6% 44.6% 30.8% 16.9% 27.1% 56.0% Distribution of 4G users 4G 69.2% 4G users are from first- and second-tier cities Among those 4G network users, up to 69.2% are from 1st- and 2nd-tier cities, while only 30.9% comes from 3rd-tier cites or smaller. For the 3rd-tier cites or smaller segment, 4G network has yet to take off. Distribution of WiFi users 1st-tier city 2nd-tier city 3rd-tier city or smaller 56.0% WiFi users are from third-tier cities or smaller Users from 3rd-tier cites or smaller are more dependenton WiFi, with 56% of mobile users coming from these cities. WIFI Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center's December 2015 data China’s mobile internet industry 2015 People in first- and second-tier cities tend to use 4G networks while 3rd- tier city users are more dependent on WiFi
  16. 16. User insights App development Equipment brands Cross-sector integration — — M a j o r i n t e r n e t t r e n d s i n 2 0 1 5Part 01
  17. 17. Device brands: iOS Devices take ~30% of the market share, Xiaomi is the second brand which widely used in China Top 4 brandstake up In December 2015,the top 4 mobile device brands took 61.9% of the market. iOS Devices take thirty percent of the market share, Xiaomi is the second large brand in China mobile market. 30.4% 12.8% 9.7% 9.0% 38.1% Market share of smart mobile device brands Dec. 2015 Apple Xiaomi Samsung Huawei Others 61.9% of the market China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center Note: Smart mobile device include smartphone, tablet, wearable device and others.
  18. 18. 0.8% 0.9% 0.9% 0.9% 0.9% 0.9% 1.2% 1.5% 1.9% 2.3% Samsung:GalaxyS4 Huawei:Mate 7 Xiaomi:Redmi 1S Huawei:Honor 4X Samsung:GalaxyNote 2 Xiaomi:MI 2S Samsung:GalaxyNote 3 Xiaomi:MI 4 Xiaomi:MI 3 Xiaomi:Redmi note Top 10 Android mobile devices Half of the top 10 are from Xiaomi Among the top 10 most popular Android models,5 of them are Xiaomi models,while 3 are from Samsung and 2 from Huawei. Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Top 10 Android devices: Xiaomi still dominating the list while the rest goes to Samsung and Huawei models
  19. 19. 0.7% 0.7% 1.2% 1.3% 1.9% 2.6% 2.7% 4.8% 5.0% 6.9% iPhone 5S iPad air iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 4 iPhone 6s iPhone 4s iPhone 5 iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 5s iPhone 6 Top 10 iOS mobile devices Two iPhone 6s models entering TOP 10 The two new models, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, hit the market in September 2015,climbed into the top 10 iOS devices only three months after launch.Among them, iPhone 6s ranked no.6 while iPhone 6s Plus ranked no.8. Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Top 10 iOS devices: iPhone 6 is still the most popular iOS model, while two iPhone 6s models rapidly gained market share shortly after launch
  20. 20. User insights App development Equipment brands Cross-sector integration — — M a j o r i n t e r n e t t r e n d s i n 2 0 1 5 Part 01
  21. 21. In 2015, users are getting more and more reliant on life service apps Average time a person spent on different apps per day and its growth People are spending more time on all types of apps except games, among which healthcare, education & reading, financial service and other emerging sectors are seeing significant growth. Apps closely connected to daily life are being used more frequently. Healthcare Education & Reading Financial service Unit: Minutes Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center Growth China’s mobile internet industry 2015 6.7 10.7 5.6 5.5 17.3 8.5 9.1 9.0 34.7 18.3 21.5 9.4 7.0 21.0 9.7 9.9 9.6 33.8 Healthcare Education & Reading Financials Navigation SNS & Chat News Online shopping Music & Video Games Jan. 2015 Dec. 2015 174.6% 101.4% 67.0% 29.1% 21.0% 15.0% 8.9% 6.6% -2.6%
  22. 22. 0% 1% 1% 2% 2% 3% 3% Jul-14 Sep-14 Nov-14 Jan-15 Mar-15 May-15 Jul-15 Sep-15 Nov-15 Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% Jul-14 Sep-14 Nov-14 Jan-15 Mar-15 May-15 Jul-15 Sep-15 Nov-15 User coverage growth of typical life service apps in 2014-2015 0.0% 0.2% 0.4% 0.6% 0.8% 1.0% 1.2% Jul-14 Sep-14 Nov-14 Jan-15 Mar-15 May-15 Jul-15 Sep-15 Nov-15 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% 7% Jul-14 Sep-14 Nov-14 Jan-15 Mar-15 May-15 Jul-15 Sep-15 Nov-15 Didi Chuxing Meituan Takeout Sofang.com Ctrip China’s mobile internet industry 2015 From the second half of 2014 to 2015, typical life service apps like Didi Chuxing and Meituan Takeout witnessed rapid growth in user coverage
  23. 23. Dec. 2014 July 2015 Dec. 2015 34.3 40.8 39.7 20.1 25.0 24.6 The average number of apps installed on one device The average number of apps opened on one device each day The average number of apps installed and used by mobile users Source:TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center App demand: “ Fewer But Better In 2015, mobile netizens used a "fewer but better" variety of apps, with each device opening on average 25 apps each day, among which only 1 to 3 apps belong to the same category. While app developers are competing for only one screen, the fight for a leading position in each category is fierce. In 2016, new/sub-scale apps will face challenges differentiating themselves. China’s mobile internet industry 2015 In 2015, the average number of apps installed and used per person was stable. Market entry for new apps will become even more difficult in 2016
  24. 24. User insigts App development Equipment brands Cross-sector integration — — M a j o r i n t e r n e t t r e n d s i n 2 0 1 5Part 01
  25. 25. Traditional marketing era Internet marketing era Mobile marketingera Media TV, Radio, Publication, Outdoor PC-end media Mobile-end media Feature Broad-range user focused advertising distribution based on simple population attributes Narrow-range user focused advertising distribution based on browsing habits Objective More accessed users More views + relatively accurately accessed by target users Accurately accessed by target users + contextual marketing Efficiency Low Medium High Narrow-range precise distribution based on user characteristics, online activities and offline daily behaviors China’s mobile internet industry 2015 The era of precision mobile big data marketing has arrived, and will increasingly shape how advertisers communicate with their customers
  26. 26. 2015.1 2015.2 2015.3 2015.4 2015.5 2015.6 2015.7 2015.8 2015.9 2015.1 2015.11 2015.12 Total mobile ads activations and growth trends 01/2015 – 12/2015 Total mobile ads clicks without duplicates Total mobile ads activations Total mobile ads clicks and activations increased drastically in 2015. More ads are distributed in mobile marketing by advertisers, especially during summer holidays, National Day holidays, 11/11 sales, and Christmas holidays Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Centre China’s mobile internet industry 2015
  27. 27. User insights App development Equipment brands Cross-sector integration — — M a j o r i n t e r n e t t r e n d s i n 2 0 1 5 Part 01
  28. 28. Traditional industry Government institutions Mobile internet leaders Rapidly embracing mobile internet: promoting the transformation/upgrading of business models, increasingly digital marketing for customer acquisition with the help of mobile device devices. Guided by the "Internet+" strategy: government apps start to emerge. Local governments are leading the wave in the transformation to mobile governance, and users have stronger demand over apps related to people's livelihood. Mobile internet leaders are working to accelerate business integration, by building their own ecosystems on mobile devices to drive user traffic and retention China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Traditional industry, government institutions and mobile internet leaders are all accelerating cross-sector integration
  29. 29. Traditional retailer Following changes in consumption habits Business Model/Channel Real estate Consolidating industry position Extension of online business Living Here Hengfang -tong Country Garden Sale System Travel Enhancing competitive edge in self-operation& direct selling Compete for online traffic Air China China Southern Airlines Huazhu Plateno Club Intime.com Rainbow Feiniu.com China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Source: TalkingData research, public available information Traditional industries: promoting the transformation/upgrading of business models, increasingly digital marketing for customer acquisition with the help of mobile device
  30. 30. Government portals Life Service Shenzhen Gov online Beijing at your service My Nanjing Zhejiang Gov affairs CCDI.gov Shenzhen Bus Shenzhen Weather Easy Ride Beijing Realtime Bus 0.00% 0.02% 0.04% 0.06% 0.08% 0.10% 0.12% 0.14% Jan-15 Mar-15 May-15 Jul-15 Sep-15 Nov-15 User coverage growth of typical government apps related to people's livelihood in 2015 Beijing Realtime Bus Shenzhen Bus Easy RideSmart Social Insurance Shanghai Housing Accumulation Funds E-State Grid Mobile 110 China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Source: TalkingData research, publicly available information An app for Acquiring Beijing bus routes and schedules. Appling information of traffic conditions , bus, parking, etc. in Shenzhen. An app for Acquiring bus routes and schedules in Shenyang. Government institutions: Local governments are leading the wave in the transformation to mobile governance, and users have stronger demand over apps related to people's livelihood
  31. 31. Mobile internet leaders: working to accelerate business integration Other Leading players Hardware Producers BAT Making cross-sector attempts into hardware market Capturing app market growth Acceleratingfor an all-sector "eco-system" With the best traffic resources, BAT are perfectingtheir own mobile products and are expandingin other emergingsectors, to acceleratethe development of their own interlinked ecosystems. Hardware producers like Xiaomi and Huawei are capturing different elements of the mobile app market through its natural advantages in the hardware market. Leaders in different sectors like 360 andLeTV are making attempts in the hardware market to expand mobile traffic entranceby entering the device market China’s mobile internet industry 2015 Source: TalkingData research, publicly available information
  32. 32. Part 02 2015 General Annual Report of Mobile Apps
  33. 33. BAT dominates top 20 apps as ranked by app coverage 80.0% 73.8% 45.6% 40.5% 34.0% 32.5% 31.9% 29.3% 29.3% 28.9% 27.8% 26.9% 25.6% 24.7% 24.5% 24.2% 24.1% 22.3% 21.7% 20.7% Wechat QQ Taobao Alipay Baidu BaiduMap iQiyi KugouMusic Weibo TencentVideo SougouPinyin WiFiMasterKey Youku MyApp(Tencent) QQBrowser UCBrowser Meituan QQMusic 360MobileAssistant TencentIMSecure Top 20 mobile apps by user coverage,December 2015 Tencent apps Alibaba apps Baidu apps Others Of the top 20 mobile apps with highestuser coverage, 16 of them are developed by BAT. Among them, Tencenttakes the largest share, with 8 Tencentapps entering the top 20, while 5 of the top 20 are Alibaba apps and 3 are from Baidu. Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center's Android platform data China’s mobile internet industry 2015
  34. 34. BAT is also strong when ranked by most active users 73.0% 61.6% 32.6% 27.5% 23.2%22.7%20.5%20.4%19.2%17.9%15.8%15.1%14.4%12.5%12.0%11.9%11.6%11.4%11.3%10.8% Wechat QQ Taobao Alipay Baidu SougouPinyin Weibo QQBrowser iQiyi MyApp(Tencent) UCBrowser TencentMobileManager BaiduMap Youku WiFiMasterKey TencentVideo QQMusic 360MobileAssistant BaiduMobileAssistant 360MobileSecurity Top 20 mobile apps with most active users in Dec. 2015 Tencent apps Alibaba apps Baidu apps Others 17 of the top 20 mobile apps with most active users are also from BAT. Among them, 8 apps are from Tencent. and 360 also contributes 2 apps. Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center's Android platform data. China’s mobile internet industry 2015
  35. 35. 24.7% 21.7% 16.1% 15.9% 14.6% 9.7% 6.0% 5.5% 5.2% 4.6% Myapp(Tencent) 360Mobile Assistant MIUIappStore BaiduMobile Assistant XiaomiGame Centre HuaweiAppStore OppoAppStore HiMarket BBK-VivoAppStore Peapods (Wandoujia) Top 10 app stores with best user coverage, December 2015 Third-party app store App store run by hardware producers TencentMyapp is the most popular app store, followed by 360 Mobile Assistantand MIUI app store. App stores developed by hardware producers like Xiaomi, Huawei and OPPO have also gained popularity and entered the top 10 list. Tencent Myapp is the most popular app store in 2015 Source: TalkingData Mobile Data Research Center's Android platform data. China’s mobile internet industry 2015
  36. 36. Thanks!Fol l ow TalkingData official blog for latest information of mobile data Blog: Blog.talkingdata.com Contact: min.dai@tendcloud.com (Global Business) woody.wu@tendcloud.com (Markerting & PR)

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