A lot can happen on the internet over the course of a day, but it’s amazing what happens each minute.
Business management software platform Domo released information it’s collected about exactly how many swipes, likes, tweets, and votes occur on popular websites every 60 seconds.
The numbers are impressive now, but they’re only going to get higher. According to Domo, the number of people who have internet access increased 18.5% between 2013 and 2015.
Those stats match up with numbers released last November by World Internet Stats, who peg the global internet penetration at 46.8%, an 832.5% jump since the year 2000.
Here are just a few things that happen online every minute:
Vine users play 1,041,666 million videos
- Instagram/Lele Pons
4,310 people visit Amazon
- REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Reddit users cast 18,327 votes
- Kim Renfro/Tech Insider
Netflix subscribers stream 77,160 hours of video
Apple users download 51,000 apps
Pinterest users pin 9,722 images
- Josh Draper/Pinterest
Instagram users heart posts 1,736,111 times
YouTube users upload 300 hours of new video
Twitter users send 347,222 tweets
- Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Facebook users like posts 4,166,667 times
- REUTERS/Dado Ruvic
Uber passengers take 694 rides
- Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
Skype users make 110,040 calls
- via VICE News
Buzzfeed users watch videos 34,150 times
- Lara O’Reilly/Business Insider
Snapchat users engage with 284,722 snaps
- Maya Kosoff/Business Insider
Tinder users swipe through 590,278 profiles
In summary … a lot can happen in just 60 seconds online.