…ram has it’s own chat… and then you have Facebook for work, so you can keep chatting in the office. Facebook-owned WhatsApp is the number one messaging app in 107 countries around the world, and Facebook’s Messenger is number one in 58 countries, according to a SimilarWeb study.
Fast-forward four years, and we couldn’t be happier that we took the risk on Rodrigo. (Obviously, Rodrigo also took a risk on us since Point Nine was kind of a like an early-stage startup at that time. We’ve grown up a little in the meantime, but not that much.).
Twitter also bought companies and apps and with that acquired personnel with new models and technology. But why is there just one main Twitter app? There should be more ways to experience Twitter. Why not buy or build more consumer facing apps?