Some 11.5 million people in Germany viewed video on mobile phones in Germany in February – a 215% year-on-year increase, according to ComScore stats.
The research firm, noting the changing video landscape in Germany, also said that 46.6 million Germans watched an online video via on their desktop PC or laptop during the month, though this marked only a 1.5% increase on a year earlier.
Per-month Germans watch an average of 175 videos each and spend 1,271 minutes per viewer watching videos, according to the study, which also found Germany to have the largest online video audience of the five main European markets of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.
Worldwide, nearly 1.3 billion people watch an average of 162 online videos each per month, according to ComScore, while 758 million people worldwide watched an average of 79 YouTube videos each in February 2013.
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