Twitter Changes Its Math On Counting Users Who Don’t See Ads
Twitter’s quarterly filing on Monday reveals some curious new math involving its user count. The company said that 11% of its 271 million monthly active users in the three months through June accessed the service through a third party app. That is about 8.9 million fewer users than it had said during its second-quarter earnings call just a few weeks ago. At that time, Twitter estimated 14% of its users use Twitter through third party apps.
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