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Here’s the latest on how China’s population is using apps and the internet

From the latest China Internet Network Information Center report (via TechCrunch): • China had 731 million internet users as of December 2016, which accounts for more than half of its 1.4 billion population. • Ninety-five percent of China’s internet users are on mobile (695 million people in total). • China added 42.99 million new internet users in … Continue reading “Here’s the latest on how China’s population is using apps and the internet”

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• China had 731 million internet users as of December 2016, which accounts for more than half of its 1.4 billion population.

• Ninety-five percent of China’s internet users are on mobile (695 million people in total).

• China added 42.99 million new internet users in the past year.

• In China, 168 million people use car-hailing apps.

• In China, 469 million people also use mobile wallets.

• WeChat is the most-used app in China. It’s used by 80% of all internet users in the country—an enormous user base built in part on the world’s most popular digital cash platform

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