List of social platforms with at least 100 million active users

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This is a list of social platforms with at least 100 million monthly active users[1]. The list includes social networks, as well as online forums, photo and video sharing platforms, messaging and VoIP apps.

No. Name Company Country [2] Launched Monthly active users Other metrics
1. Facebook Meta Platforms  United States 2004 2.96 billion[1] 1.93 billion daily active users[1]
2. YouTube Alphabet Inc.  United States 2005 2.291 billion[2]
3. WhatsApp Meta Platforms  United States 2009 2 billion[2] Had 1 billion DAU when had 1.3 billion MAU
4. Messenger Meta Platforms  United States 2011 1.3 billion[2]
5. WeChat Tencent  China 2011 1.225 billion[2]
6. Instagram Meta Platforms  United States 2010 1.2 billion[2] 500 million daily story users[3]
7. TikTok ByteDance  China[4][5] 2017 732 million[2]
8. Telegram Telegram  United Arab Emirates[6] 2013 700 million[7]
9. Douyin Bytedance  China 2016 600 million[2]
10. QQ Tencent  China 1999 595 million[2] 267 million daily active users
11. Snapchat Snap, Inc.  United States 2011 528 million[2] 332 million daily active users[8]
12. Weibo Sina Corp  China 2009 521 million[2] 241 million daily active users[9]
13. Qzone Tencent  China 2005 517 million[10]
14. Kuaishou Kuaishou  China 2011 481 million[2]
15. Pinterest Pinterest  United States 2009 459 million[2] 98 million U.S. monthly active users[11]
16. Reddit Reddit  United States 2005 430 million[2] 52 million daily active users[12]
17. Twitter Twitter, Inc.  United States 2006 396 million[2] 199 million monetizable daily active users[13]
18. LinkedIn Microsoft  United States 2003 310 million[14] 700 million registered users[14]
19. Quora Quora  United States 2009 300 million[2]
20. Skype Microsoft  United States[15] 2003 300 million[16] 40 million daily active users[16]
21. Tieba Baidu  China 2003 300 million 1500 million registered users
22. Viber Rakuten  Luxembourg[17] 2010 260 million[18] 1169 million registered users[19]
23. Teams Microsoft  United States 2017 250 million[20] 145 million daily active users[20]
24. imo PageBites  United States 2007 200 million[21]
25. Line Naver  Japan[22] 2011 178 million[23]
26. Vevo Vevo  United States 2009 150 million[24]
27. Picsart Picsart  United States[25] 2011 150 million
28. Likee Bigo Live  Singapore[26] 2017 150 million[27]
29. Discord Discord  United States 2015 140 million[28]
30. Twitch Amazon.com, Inc  United States 2011 140 million[29]
31. Stack Exchange Prosus  United States 2008 100 million[30]

Integrated services[edit]

No. Name Company Country [3] Launched Monthly active users Other metrics
1. Zoom Zoom Video Communications  United States 2012 300 million daily participants[31]
2. Meet Alphabet Inc.  United States 2017 100 million daily participants[32]
3. iMessage Apple Inc.  United States 2011 1.4 billion active Apple devices[33]
4.. FaceTime Apple Inc.  United States 2011 1.4 billion active Apple devices[33]


^ When MAU is not available, it is estimated to be more than 100 million based on other metrics.
^ Indicates platform's current headquarters. Might be different from the country where platform was founded or headquarers of parent company.

Graphs[edit]

Social Media Users per Month compared to All Users on Internet

References[edit]

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