Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial Results

By | August 30, 2011 | 4 Comments


Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial ResultsRecently, Opera Software has released their financial results for the Q2 of 2011. According to the report, there are now more than 200 million Opera users that use web browser every month, which suggests that Opera Software counts its users if they open the program at least once every 30 days.

2Q 2011 Financial highlights

Total revenue (MNOK): 214.8 (2Q11) vs. 168.9 (2Q10)
Desktop user growth 20% versus end of 2Q10
Over 122 million Opera Mini users
Over 200 million Opera users

Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial Results

Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial Results

Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial Results

Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial Results

Opera Software Q2 2011 Financial Results

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  • Asknobody

    I guess desktop revenue will go down, if they wont release v12 fast and if it will be rock stable

    • IE & Opera FanBoy

      Just releasing fast won’t matter, what features they put in more important. 
      For me , they have to add more JavaScript ECMA support & better WIF/ADFS support. So that Opera browser can be used in enterprise.

  • Nobody

    i dont know how do they count percentages, but 20% of 51mln is something around 10mln. so now desktop userbase should be around 62mln, not 55. and this growth is rather pathetic (trying to not use word stagnant)

    almost all internet metrics (no matter how unreliable they are, they can spot trends) show that opera market share is declining and again approaching 1%

    hardly surprising if almost no major pages work in opera. and by ‘work’ i mean work just like in all other browsers, not ‘opera version of work’. users dont care whos ‘fault’ it is, and it is opera mostly anyway. years of neglecting developers (tools, where were you?) and doing everything ‘my own way’ are now paying off. noone cares! :)

    • Mancho

       
      I’m pretty sure they count percentages just fine. 2Q2010 was 46 mln.  20% is ~9 mln . That brings you to 55.  Yes this growth is pretty pathetic, particularly compared to other desktop browsers.  What you don’t seem to acknowledge is that their growth is in Opera Mini, and I haven’t seen any reliable third-party metrics on that with regards to market share. (possibly because of the way the browser uses a proxy).

      As far as your rant about “no major pages work in opera,” you’re just throwing out FUD now.