Facebook has shared user growth statistics for the first quarter of the 2013 fiscal year during the company’s earnings call today. The social network reported continuing growth, reaching 1.11 billion monthly active users for the quarter. It also reported 751 million mobile monthly active users, a continued increase from 680 million last quarter and 604 million the quarter before.
The graph below shows Facebook’s global growth for the last nine quarters. Though growth has slowed in countries such as the US and Canada as well as Europe, the company has grown by 54 million monthly active users, a 23.2 percent increase from Q1 2012.
For daily active users, Facebook has grown to 665 million, a 47 million user increase. Last quarter was the first time Mobile DAUs surpassed web DAUs and this continued into this quarter as well. With the introduction of Facebook Home and updated applications, much of the 665 million daily active users are connecting with the social network through mobile devices.
Facebook also reported 751 million mobile active users, an increase of 71 million. It also reported that 189 million are mobile only active users, a 42 million increase quarter-to-quarter. More users than ever are only using their mobile devices to connect to the social network as apparent by the 124 percent increase from Q1 2012.