Adobe (ADBE) had preliminary Cyber Monday data out this morning, and this afternoon has final tallies. According to its data, consumers spent $3.07 billion, a 16% year-over-year increase online Monday.

Adobe said that deeper-than-expected discounts averaged 21.5%, helping to drive the sales.

It also noted that 26% of sales, or $799 million, came from mobile users.  Of that, $575 million came from Apple (AAPL) iOS users and $219 million via Android devices. (Apple products were big sellers this weekend as well.)

According to mobile app intelligence platform provider Apteligent, iOS shopping and lifestyle apploads doubled from 4 million to 8 million from the day before Thanksgiving to CyberMonday, but a greater number of iOS consumers shopped on their mobile device on Black Friday (with 13% increase in apploads) versus Cyber Monday (with only 5% increase in apploads).

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