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Twitter witnessed a 30% rise in daily average users amid Lockdown


Team Udayavani, Apr 12, 2020, 3:46 PM IST

Amid Covid-19 lockdown, most of them are staying home and social media apps like Snapchat, Whatsapp, Tiktok and Twitter have seen a rise in the daily average users.

As per the data of Kalagato, Twitter saw a 30% rise in daily average users in India between February and March.
Apart from that, Live streaming platform Live.me recorded a 25% rise in Daily average users. TikTok recorded 11% growth, ShareChat and Helo app record 6% and 7% growth, respectively.

Also,Facebook and LinkedIn recorded a 1% and 32% decline in active users and Instagram neither recorded a rise nor a dip in daily average users.

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