admin · Jul 5, 2010 at 04:26 pm

XDA: Some Interesting Stats

XDA is a fast-paced site, and seldom do we slow down to appreciate the size and popularity of our great community. Let’s look at some numbers that are accurate as of July 5, 2010.

Number of registered users: 2.5 million

Number of unique visitors per month: 5 million

Average time on site: over 8 minutes

Number of posts made: 6.2 million

Number of threads created: 429,000

Most users online ever (6/29/10): 11,701

Number of devices currently supported (current/legacy): 52/32 (84 total)

Most popular devices: HD2, EVO 4G, Nexus One

Number of Senior Moderators: 51

Number of Device-Specific Moderators: 29

Number of News Writers: 7


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