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SCMP staff reporters have examined the mobile messaging market in China, looking at both the dominant platforms and smaller firms jostling to carve out niche positions.

The mobile version had 576 million monthly active users as of the end of 2014, an increase of 33 per cent over a year earlier.

Riding on the back on China’s mobile user base, it has remained a wildly popular platform for chatting, gaming and also shopping, though its growth is much slower than its stablemate We Chat.

Some of these, like 360 or Baidu, are more than just an app store; they are tools to manage your phone by clearing the cache, deleting apps, saving on battery life, etc.

Apart from the , Baidu browser and Baidu maps are convenient for anyone visiting or living in China, since Chrome or Google Maps will not work through normal Mainland Internet connections.

Any one of several friends might be in the call window, blank-faced, headphones on, writing their own work, reading emails, checking Facebook, as I do the same. In other words, they’re very much like hanging out in real life.

The great thing about these calls is that they’re not activities; they’re just bridges that turn my desk into one half of a shared table.

China does not only have a flourishing mobile app market, it is also a unique one.

Popular Western app services like Twitter or Facebook have been blocked in Mainland China for over five years.

There was wide skepticism among the general public about the validity of the video.

With many suspecting it to be a deliberate set up by Uniqlo to market their brand.

Though no match to Whats App or Facebook messenger, which have over 700 million and 600 million monthly active users (MAU) worldwide, We Chat - with 500 million MAUs as of the end of last year - is without any doubt the top mobile chatting app in mainland China.