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New Year’s, Valentine’s Day most Instagrammed days of 2015

Instagram, the photo sharing app that has nearly 400 million monthly active users, posted the year-end stats about its most popular days and location.

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New Year’s Day 2015, followed by Valentine’s Day were the most Instagrammed days of the year.

Instagram, the photo sharing app that has nearly 400 million monthly active users, has shared some the year-end stats, which give a glimpse at the most active days and locations on the social media.

The list of most Instagrammed days looks like this:

1) New Year’s Day
2) Valentine’s Day
3) Easter
4) Mother’s Day
5) May 2nd which was the fight between boxing champions Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao
6) Halloween
7) Lunar Eclipse
8) The start of #superstormjuno, which hot North America in January 2015.
9) Superbowl Sunday

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And finally January 2, the day after New Year’s also made it to the top ten with the hashtag #latergrams.

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On the location front, which is based on the geotag data, Disneyland was on top followed by Universal Studios, Times Square and Central Park.

Number 5 was Eiffel Tower, followed by Louvre Museum (both in Paris). The list is based on global data.

There’s also a list of emojis uses most across the world and the Face with Tears of Joy one is right on top followed by Heart Eyes emoji and the kiss emoji. It should be noted that people often confuse the face with tears of joy emoji to be one that represents sadness.

First published on: 03-12-2015 at 10:09:23 am
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