Nowadays, being part of one or more social networks is as normal as having a passport.
It’s hard to imagine that 10 years ago this term was not part of our vocabulary. Did you know that more than 2.06 billion people around the world have at least one social media account? And… more than 80% of these users access their accounts through a smartphone.
Wow, that’s a lot!
Have you ever wondered which social network is the most used around the world or in a particular country? Well, let’s have look on our AndroidOut community:
The only significant exception to Facebook monopoly on daily usage is Japan. So it seems, Japanese users do not network as frequently as others yet they enjoy tweeting as much as Facebook sharing. Poland is the second lowest on daily networking scale, except none of the other networks, is doing particularly well either.
And who is the biggest sharer? Have a look:
In Thailand and Vietnam over 50% of smartphone users share something over a network every single day! Brasil and Italy are not falling far behind. Again, Poland does not seem to be so big on sharing either…
So what about you? How many times do you check your Facebook, share a tweet or post a fabulous pic on Instagram?
Statistics source: Think with Google – Our Mobile Planet