It's that time of year again: the days are getting longer, the weather warmer, the trees in bloom.
Which means it's also time for SMK to take the digital pulse of the land Down Under.
With over half the country signed up, Facebook remains the most popular platform in the country. In fact over 200,000 new users signed up in the last three months. But YouTube isn't far behind.
Facebook currently has 13.4 million Australian users, closely followed by YouTube (12.9m).
In distant third comes Tumblr (4.8m), LinkedIn (3.9m) and Twitter (2.8m).
Australian Facebookers are almost evenly split along gender lines, with 47% male and 53% female users.
The largest age segment on the platform is the 25 – 34 year range.
Meanwhile over at Twitter actress/model Jasmine Curtis Smith has the most followers in the land with 1.65 million faithful.
Australians are still mad about iPhones. Apple's iOS remains the dominant operating system with 64% market share, although Android is slowly gaining moment and currently sits at 33%.
When it comes to desktop we're a bit more egalitarian. Chrome is still our favourite desktop browsers with 41% market share, followed by Internet Explorer (27%) and Firefox (19%).
The top thee check-in locations in the country are Sydney Airport (65,273 likes & 706,949 check-ins), the MCG (135,833 likes and 342,388 check-ins) and the domestic terminal at Brisbane Airport (5,882 likes & 341,531 checkin-ins).
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