Nimbuzz Hits 150 Million Raising Competition for Facebook in Asia

    Aren''t free apps, just the best? Nimbuzz which is a free Instant messaging platform announced that it's global user count has crossed 150 million mark. Looks like Facebook messenger has something to be worried about now. Nimbuzz has a customer base spreading over 200 countries and Asia contributes 60 percent of the total user base, with India having the highest. According to a survey from Nielsenindia, Nimbuzz is ranked 4th in the list of top consumer brands in India, ahead of Facebook messenger, YouTube and Gmail.

    Nimbuzz Hits 150 Million Raising Competition for Facebook in Asia


    Nimbuzz reached 50 million users in August 2011 and 100 million in August 2012. Observation wise the user base for Nibuzz seems to be doubling every year. Nimbuzz is available for all major platforms including BlackBerry 10, Android, iOS, Symbian, Windows Phone, and J2ME. It is also available for Windows and Mac computers

    Nimbuzz which started in 2006, was originally a Netherland based company, but after creating an office in India, in 2008, it quickly blew into an India based one.

    Nimbuzz combines the powers of the Internet and mobile communications into one, and lets you make calls, send messages and share files, on any mobile device, for free

    Things you can do with Nimbuzz

    Call, chat and messaging on your terms, plus photos, music and video sharing.

    Be there for your friends - Stay connected, see who's online, and what they are up to.

    Connect with new friends in chat rooms and meet face-to-face via location sharing.

    For everyone. No matter what device, Nimbuzz most likely supports it, so go ahead and invite your friends.

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