How Many People Using At Least One Facebook Owned App? | Mark Zuckerberg



Some tech networks said that Facebook is hiding that users are leaving its main app but, sticking with Instagram and WhatsApp by publicizing a new metric. So now finally Facebook for the first time announced that, 2.5 billion people used at least one of its apps like Facebook, InstagramWhatsApp or Messenger. The report only tells about the number of people who are using their services and it excludes the possibility of users who have more than one account on their services. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly said that the figure excludes people who have multiple accounts on a single app, which means it only takes individual users into account and not the active ones.



While talking about the numbers, Facebook said there are now 2.23 billion monthly users on the platform, 1 billion users on Instagram, 1.5 billion users on WhatsApp and 1.3 billion users on Messenger. On the 2.5 billion stat, Facebook CFO David Wehner explained that “We believe this number better reflects the size of our community.” He also clarified that Facebook’s monthly active user count of 2.23 billion “does count multiple accounts for a single user and that accounts for 10 percent of Facebook’s MAU (Monthly Active Users)” or 223 million.



However, Zuckerberg had a positive take on the results. “We had another solid quarter. Revenue grew 42 percent year-over-year to $13.2 billion. And Facebook now has more than 2.2 billion monthly actives, with almost 1.5 billion using it every day. I want to start by talking about all the investments we've made over the last six months to improve safety, security, and privacy across our services. This has been a lot of hard work, and it's starting to pay off” he said. 


2 comments:

  1. Damn! Didn't even know it was that much.. Zuckerberg is one inspiring guy if you listen well..

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