Five countries have the highest number of short video users, according to a new study from analytics firm Crypto Coins.
In the U.S., Japan, Sweden, Estonia, Australia and Singapore all have over 1 billion short video views per day, with Singapore, which has over 12 billion short videos viewed per day as the highest.
In Germany, Germany, Austria, Finland and France, the number of videos viewed daily is over 6 billion.
The study’s findings are based on data from the UAB Short Video Data Hub, which was established in 2016 and collects video views from more than 3 million users across more than 120 countries.
The data shows that Singapore has more than 13 billion video views every day, followed by France and Germany.
A similar data set from Crypto Coins, also released on Monday, found that Sweden has over 1.6 billion short users per day.
As such, it’s unsurprising that the Nordic nation has the highest short video rate in the world.
Estonia has the second highest number in terms of short videos, at about 1 billion daily.
A total of 10 other countries, including Japan, have over 4 billion video viewers.
Finland has over 2.6 million video views.
Sweden has more video views than any other country with over 2 billion views.
Austria has more videos than any country with 2.3 billion views and Sweden has the most.
Japan, on the other hand, has less than 1 billion videos viewed every day.