The Internet is an amazing place that gets both better and worse every minute. The web is advancing at a rapid rate, with newly created content generating massive amounts of traffic for an audience that’s also steadily increasing. Currently, there are 3.2 billion people online, and companies including Google and Facebook want to connect even more people to the web.
One business intelligence startup set out to find out what goes on online and it has released an infographic that shows what happened on the Internet in a minute last year.
According to Domo, every single minute of the day, YouTube users upload 300 hours of new video. Meanwhile, Netflix subscribers stream more than 77,000 hours of video in one minute.
Apple users download 51,000 apps; Amazon gets 4,310 unique visitors every minute, and Uber passengers take 694 rides.
In one Internet minute, 4,166,667 Facebook likes, 347,222 tweets, 590,279 Tinder swipes and 284,722 Snapchat snaps are recorded.
There are more interesting tidbits available in Domo’s full infographic, available below.
Need even more information? Then eHacking’s got you covered. Here’s what happenes in one Internet minute, according to them: