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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – WhatsApp, a messaging service, is seeing more than half of the world’s population on its platform, but a global slowdown in usage has put it on track for a near-record number of users this year.
The number of WhatsApp users worldwide has more than doubled to 844 million, according to figures from analytics firm iD.
WhatsApp has more users in the United States than any other country with more than one million people, and the service has nearly quadrupled its share of the global smartphone market since 2014.
Its biggest market is China, which saw more than 805 million users in March.
India, the United Arab Emirates, Brazil and South Africa are among the other major global markets for WhatsApp.
WhatsApp’s market share in China, however, has fallen since the beginning of the year.
That could be because the Chinese government has begun cracking down on users and blocking content on WhatsApp.
In India, WhatsApp has grown its reach from a few thousand to a few million people since 2015, when it introduced an app that allows users to send messages and share photos.
The app has now been downloaded more than 7.4 billion times in India, according Google Analytics.
Whatisapps biggest market in the Middle East and Africa is Turkey, which accounts for nearly 60 percent of WhatsApp’s global audience.
The service is now available in more than 140 countries.
In China, the number of people using WhatsApp in the country rose to 7.2 million in March, a more than fivefold increase from the year before.
India, which leads the global WhatsApp market, saw more people on WhatsApp in March than any of the other countries with more people.
India’s total user base in the first quarter of 2019 surpassed 2.1 billion people, with more users worldwide than any country except China, according the data.
India has a total population of nearly 2.7 billion.