Tencent resumes new user registration for WeChat
WeChat had 1.24 billion combined monthly active accounts in the first quarter, up 3.3 percent year-over-year and up 1.4 percent from the previous quarter, according to Tencent's earnings report for the first quarter.
WeChat suspends new user registration for personal accounts, expected to resume in early August
Tencent's social networking software WeChat has closed its new user registration portal for personal accounts, saying it is undergoing a technical upgrade.
US government reverses ban on TikTok, WeChat
Trump issued the ban against TikTok and WeChat in 2020 on the grounds that they threatened US national security.
Van Gogh Museum reaches out to its Chinese fan base through WeChat
WeChat is one of the most important channels for brands to reach their users, as it is the essential communication tool for almost every Chinese internet user. Now, the Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands is also using this channel to reach out to its Chinese fan base.
Alibaba says it's bringing e-commerce service Taobao Deals to Tencent's WeChat platform
The marks a major e-commerce collaboration between the two large Chinese tech giants.
WeChat reaches 1.225 billion monthly active accounts
The number of monthly active accounts for WeChat, Tencent's messaging app, reached 1.225 billion as of Dec. 31, 2020, up 5.2 percent year-over-year.
WeChat for Mac update allows users to see their friends' status updates
WeChat has updated its latest version of WeChat for Mac on Friday, allowing users to see what their friends are posting from their mac computers.
WeChat to launch its own input method to protect user privacy
WeChat will soon have its own input method, not to capture the input method market, but to protect user privacy, Allen Zhang, "father of WeChat," said at the 2021 WeChat Open Class PRO event on January 19.
WeChat is now available on UnionTech OS, the Chinese equivalent of Windows
WeChat is the most popular chat app in China with 1.21 billion monthly active users.
These are the Apps most used by Chinese users
WeChat, Taobao, QQ, Alipay, Douyin, Pinduoduo, Baidu, Weibo, QQ Browser and Kuaishou were the top 10 most-used apps in China in October, according to data released Friday by research firm Trustdata.