Just when you think you’ve seen it all.
According to the latest Opera Software financial report, company saw a modest desktop users drop over the period of last two quarters.
What could be the reason for this?
Well, one of the Opera employees explained it like this:
There have been fluctuations in desktop user numbers due to seasonal variations, but the number of desktop users is now back above 50 million.
Basically, it tells us that users prefer to use Opera in spring, while ditching it in other seasons.
While this may sound like a good explanation for the toy companies (as their sales tend to increase before Christmas), in this case, it makes little to no sense at all.
P.S. Similar explanation may be found in the official report as well.
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