Deepika Padukone is the most searched item on Vuclip, a mobile video and media company, in 2014.
India Middle East Indonesia
- Deepika Jennifer Lopez Kim Kardashian
- Cricket Katrina Kaif Maria Ozawa
- Salman Khan Kim Kardashian Miley Cyrus
- Phil Hughes Haifa Wehbe Shahrukh Khan
- Classic YRF Songs Nancy Ajram Justin Bieber
Vuclip said 67 percent of 12,000 global survey respondents prefer mobile as their primary method for watching their favorite movies, music videos, and TV shows, while only 20 percent of men and 29 percent of women still prefer their televisions.
80 percent of respondents watch mobile videos at least once every 2-3 days, with more than half opting to watch daily. 85 percent of men and 75 percent of women said they will increase the amount of time they watch videos on mobile in the future.
73 percent of men and 61 percent of women said it is important that the video not buffer while they are watching it; with 54 percent of men and 49 percent of women saying they would pay to download videos just to avoid buffering.
For this past quarter, consumers from South East Asia, the Middle East, and the Indian Subcontinent remained engaged with market-focused films, shows and songs.
Indian users consumed a variety of content this past quarter, from a clip comparing Bollywood actresses Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone in their new films to a video about two Bangalore girls who beat up two bikers who were bothering them, as well as other Bollywood trailers and movie reviews.
Middle East viewers watched many clips from the third season of Arab Idol, as well as new shows from MBC such as Desert Force, Driven, Al Hokm and Happens in Egypt. Also, this past quarter, Vuclip introduced Tagalog content, which pushes Tagalog music and TV entertainment into the top genres consumed in the region.
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