The number of WhatsApp users does not seem to really grow after twelve years.
The chat app announced on Twitter that it had “more than two billion users per month” – while a year ago, the company said it had passed the two billion mark.
The two billion users together send about one hundred billion messages a day. That comes out to an average of about fifty messages per person, per day. More than one billion calls are also made via the app every day.
According to tech site Tweakers, a possible explanation for the lack of growth could be that the largest markets are now almost saturated: 95 percent of people with a smartphone have installed the app globally.