WhatsApp Emerges As The Leading Mobile Messaging App
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findings are based on a survey conducted by On Device of nearly 4,000 Android and iOS users in the U.S., Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, and China. Advertisement
- 44% of mobile users said they use WhatsApp weekly
- 35% of mobile users said they use Facebook Messenger weekly
- 28% of mobile users said they use WeChat weekly
To read more about the messaging app ecosystem, check out this industry research report from BI Intelligence contributor Dan Frommer. (OnDevice)
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