The 10 biggest social networks in the world in 2019 (Part 2)

Top 5 – Reddit

rɛdɪt / or stylized as reddit, is an entertainment site, social media services, social news and online news (online newspaper), where the community of registered members Can post a variety of content, such as text posts or direct links. This is a social network is developing very strongly today.

Top 6 – Pinterest

Pinterest is a website to share photos in the form of social networks, post and classify them as photo stickers. Users create and manage photo collections according to different topics, such as according to events, interests.

Top 7 – Vine

Vine is a short-form video sharing service. Vine started its operation in June 2012. By October 2012, Twitter acquired it – just before Vine’s official launch.

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This is one of the typical social networks of questions and answers with the development and growth day by day, this really is growing stronger and wider.

Top 9 – Tumblr

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Tumblr is a microblogging and social network founded by David Karp in 2007, and is owned by Yahoo! since 2013

Top 10 – Flickr

Flickr is a website and photo sharing web service, and an online community platform, considered the earliest model for Web 2.0 applications.

Besides, there are some other popular social apps as follows.


Available for all platform types; enjoy group chat; Support for voice messages, photos, videos and texts.

QQ Chat

QQ International is a popular and popular chat utility of Tencent. With a large number of “worldwide” users (over 1 billion registered accounts and 500 million accounts activated monthly), QQ International is gradually becoming the leading popular chat and chatting program.

Instagram (of Facebook)

Instagram is a free photo sharing software that allows users to take photos on their phones, add image filters, and then share on various social networks, including Instagram.


Viber is a fast messaging software based on the multi-platform VoIP protocol developed by Viber Media for smartphones used for texting and making calls over the internet.