Times Internet's online music streaming service Gaana.com has claimed that people have spent more than 100 million minutes listening to music on the portal in 2012, registering a growth of more than 500% year-on-year. Usage Metrics: The service claims to have registered a 71% growth in the number of daily users in 2012 and witnessed a total one million registrations as of last week, with 68% of the users being 30 years or younger. However, the company didn't disclose the number of active users or the total number of unique visitors on the portal. According to the Times Internet website, Gaana had 2.3 million unique visitors and had registered 50 million pageviews as of April 2012, according to Comscore metrics. Usage Trends: Times Internet claimed that Gaana registered 11 pageviews per visit, up from 5 pageviews per visit in 2011 and users spent 21 minutes per visit as compared to 7 minutes per visit in 2011. Browser-wise, the company claimed that Google Chrome accounted for 41.13% of Gaana users, followed by Firefox which accounted for 24.02% users, and Internet Explorer which accounted for 16.19% users. Others in the list include Safari (2.75%) and Opera (2.16%). Top Song and Top Album: Times Internet stated that Pani Da rang song from Vicky Donor was the highest played song on Gaana, clocking over 3.57 million listens in 2012, while Cocktail was the highest played album of the year, clocking over 6.4 million listens. The company also claimed that 5 million users had tuned into Gaana Radio, since it was…
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