Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial Results

By | October 25, 2012 | 7 Comments


Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial ResultsAnd the numbers are in.

As we await for the next wave of Opera products, here is something to keep you busy: financial results for the third quarter of the 2012.

Spoiler alert: they are doing well.

Financial Highlights

- Revenue growth of 40%
- Record revenue and profits
- Strong revenue growth from Mobile Consumers, Mobile Publishers & Advertisers coupled with solid growth from Desktop
- Operator Opera Mini user growth 112% YoY
- 207m+ users of Opera Mobile browser products
- 280m+ people using Opera browsers every month

Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial Results

Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial Results

Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial Results

Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial Results

Opera Software Q3 2012 Financial Results

If you need more details about the financial health of your favorite company, head over to the investors page for a full report.


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  • grammernazi

    They are doing well*

    • grammernazi

      Thanks for the fix. :-)

      • http://twitter.com/bricky149 Shane Bundy

        Why are you talking to yourself?
        Also, *grammar.

        • GrammarNazi

          1. It was incorrect and he fixed it.
          2. Thanks. I am an idiot.

          • http://www.favbrowser.com FavBrowser.com

            > It was incorrect and he fixed it.

            No, I did not and you are talking to yourself

            J/k, thanks for that :)

        • http://twitter.com/bricky149 Shane Bundy

          Ah, my bad. :-/

  • http://twitter.com/Kostadin Кostadin

    I hope all Google and Microsoft competitors will do fine. Competition spurs innovation. Although I’m not an Apple fan, it is sad that they discarded Safari for Windows.