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Their inclusion in the below list is based on how innovative the apps are in terms of platform and services, as well as user base and popularity.
Though no match to Whats App or Facebook messenger, which have over 700 million and 600 million monthly active users (MAU) worldwide, We Chat - with 500 million MAUs as of the end of last year - is without any doubt the top mobile chatting app in mainland China.
In Hong Kong mostly, where pro-democracy protesters are using it to communicate amid fears of network shutdowns.
It's also been used by Iraqis and Taiwanese students during their anti-Beijing Sunflower Movement.
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Tencent’s QQ was first released in 1999 under the name of OICQ, which was changed to QQ after the threat of a trademark infringement lawsuit by ICQ, the owned by AOL.
The mobile version had 576 million monthly active users as of the end of 2014, an increase of 33 per cent over a year earlier.
SCMP staff reporters have examined the mobile messaging market in China, looking at both the dominant platforms and smaller firms jostling to carve out niche positions.You will generally find most replies are only 10 lines long or are cut n paste "stories" that cost a lot to read and do not relate to the relationship. Someone needs to start a legitimate site and not one of these BS sites.When it comes to the crunch and the chance to meet you will find they are suddenly "sick" or some family member is and they have to go away..are going away on business ... then you will realise you have been sucked in to their world. I started using this site to meet Asian women this past January . ) and enticing-the real purpose is to get the client (men) to spend hundreds (thousands? There are several ways to do this and the women are constantly suggesting that you use these mediums.I argue that although there is considerable pressure within this community to uphold the dominant motherhood discourse, users' reflexivity and subversion regarding this performance are evident in both on-line and off-line contexts.In particular, users' performativity in what I call the 'Si Nais behaving badly' mode can be read as a reaction towards, though not necessarily subversive of, society's prevailing conception of motherhood.