According to the annual study of social media 2019 by IAB Spain, this country has currently more than 25 million social media users, 85.5% of the population between the ages of 16-65.
Tuenti is the social networking site that is most preferred and used by Spanish adolescents.
Spain is no exception to this, with social network participation constantly increasing in the past few years, reaching almost 60 percent in 2019.
The most used social network is Facebook, however, the local platform Tuenti has the highest number of users. Moreover, Twitter is also extremely popular in Spain. The platform is using the English language in order to encourage networking on a global level. There are 8 million registered users of YouTube in Spain.
Is Snapchat used in Spain?
This statistic shows the annual share of the population that used the application Snapchat in Spain from 2014 to 2016. According to the study, in 2015 more than 10 percent of Spanish Internet users already used Snapchat.
Is Instagram popular in Spain?
Instagram is increasing its popularity in Spain. In 2020, this platform reached 20 million accounts in the country, more than double the amount reported in 2015.
What apps are popular in Spain?
WhatsApp, with more than 70 percent of users, and Facebook, with 41 percent, were the most popular apps among Spanish smartphone users in 2019.
Is Facebook available in Spain?
11, any person who goes to www.facebook.com from a Spanish-speaking country will see the site in Spanish. Facebook currently has more than 2.8 million active users in Latin America and Spain.
Despite a tumultuous 2018, Facebook is still the top social network in the United States, with 169.76 million mobile users accessing the Facebook app in September 2019. The company’s other properties Instagram and Facebook Messenger ranked second and third with 121 and 106 million users respectively.
Does Tuenti exist?
Tuenti, sometimes referred to as Spain’s answer to Facebook, says it will continue shutting down its social network – a process begun in 2012 – and will increasingly focus on internet-based cellular phone services in conjunction with its owner, former state telecoms giant Telefónica.