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Things are moving fast in Indonesia, the fourth-most populated country in the world with a rapid internet adoption rate and an online market that is still relatively untapped and unformed.
Blued, which is aimed at China’s gay men, now claims to have 15 million registered users.
Hike and WeChat fill TVs with commercials, but WhatsApp stays on top with 70 million active users in India
WhatsApp added 20 million new MAUs in six months since it announced hitting 50 million active user mark in India.
WeChat, while it attracts the brightest spotlight from the west, actually has about half the users as its older PC-born brother, QQ Messenger.
Called MojiMe, it lets you put your face into hand-crafted WeChat stickers.
Earlier this month, Tech in Asia reported that Path was opening an office in Jakarta that would house a full-time staff member dedicated to growing the social network in Indonesia. The archipelago rep...
Following messaging app crackdown, Viber appears to be inaccessible for some Chinese users [UPDATED]
Has another messaging app bit the dust in the Middle Kingdom?
There are no countries outside of Asia where smartphone penetration is higher than PC penetration, according to new research from Google’s Consumer Barometer.
Facebook’s MAUs for US, Canada, and Europe grew by only 13.6 percent in the past two years, but the number rocketed by 53.8 percent in Asia.
Tencent has made a new social play in the same vein as Snapchat to appease China’s “post-90s” youths with a fresh US$20 million series A investment into Blink.
With the prospect of the country's favorite photo sharing app never making a comeback, what will fill the void?
Messaging app Line now has 30 million registered users in India- but it's still way behind WhatsApp.
IFTTT adds support for Weibo, which makes it a little easier for Chinese to scale the Great Firewall
IFTTT, the useful service that lets you connect your web accounts and automate cross-posting, has just added support for China’s Weibo.
Negative posts make up a paltry nine percent on anonymous social network Hush, and is falling month-on-month.
According to Twitter, Hong Kong's protests have so far generated over 1.3 million tweets from participants, eyewitnesses, and supporters from around the globe.
WeChat gets a v6.0 update today – only on iOS so far – that adds in two useful new features. But, as often happens with WeChat, one of these is restricted to its China-based users.
This is what industry analysts refer to as "crappy timing."