Charli D’Amelio is the first to cross the 100 million subscribers line in TikTok


Charli D’Amelio has gained over 100 million followers on the TikTok social network, setting an absolute record. At the moment, TikTok has two more users who have over 50 million subscribers.

Charlie D’Amelio is an American Internet celebrity and dancer. Back in August, she had 80 million subscribers, and The New York Times called her “the reigning queen of TikTok”.

The girl began posting videos on TikTok only in May 2019, a year ago she had about 6 million subscribers. It is worth noting that on YouTube, the first channel crossed the 100 million subscriber mark 14 years after its founding.

Many successful people on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube often switch to other social networks as well as traditional media when they are successful on the same platform. This allows them to expand their subscriber base and create alternate airfields in case something happens to the main platform. In recent months, Charlie D’Amelio launched a podcast, took to YouTube and announced that she had signed a book deal.

Charlie also has a sister, with whom they lead podcasts and conquer YouTube. The girls’ parents also run their own TikTok, in general, the “D’Amelio Family” is actively represented in various social networks.

TikTok continues to top the ranks for most downloaded app globally

SensorTower, a well-known mobile application data analysis company, recently shared its top 10 apps in terms of downloads and revenues. According to the company, the non-gaming app with the highest global revenue in October is TikTok. The Chinese app records user expenditures of more than $115 million, which is 6.2 times its October 2019 revenue. About 86% of TikTok’s revenue comes from Douyin, 8% is from the US, and 2% from Turkey.

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You can see the full ranking of the most profitable non-gaming apps in October 2020 is below. App revenue estimates come from Sensor Tower’s Store Intelligence platform.

TikTok

Google’s YouTube is the world’s second-highest non-gaming application in October 2020. It has a total revenue exceeding $94 million, a year-on-year increase of 58% relative to October 2019. About 56% of YouTube’s revenue comes from the United States, and 11% from Japan. The next application is Tinder, then Tencent Video and Disney+.

TikTok ranks highly

In terms of downloads, TikTok still occupies the top position. In October 2020 alone, the Chinese short video app has up to 66 million downloads. This is an increase of 9.5% relative to the same period of last year.

Like we will expect, most of its downloads are from its Chinese version, Douyin. It accounts for 12% (China) of its total downloads. However, the app still records massive downloads from countries like Brazil. According to SensorTower, its download from Brazil is about 10%.

As of October 2020, the top 10 downloads of non-gaming applications worldwide are shown in the figure below. App download estimates come from Sensor Tower’s Store Intelligence platform.

WhatsApp is the second-most downloaded non-gaming application in the world last month. This popular messaging app has a total of 57 million installs. The country with the most Whatsapp installs is India with 30%. African giant and the most populous black nation with almost 200 million population, Nigeria,  is second with about 10%. Apparently, WhatsApp is very popular in sub-Sahara Africa.

Facebook, Instagram, and Zoom rank in the top five non-gaming applications with the most installs worldwide in October 2020.

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