Who uses TikTok?

Who uses TikTok

TikTok user statistics depend on various classifications. We can classify users of TikTok on several data sets including TikTok users by age, gender, country, and region. Is TikTok really for an exclusively younger generation or audience? Without further ado, here are the most important TikTok statistics and we will continuously refresh this article as new data becomes available! 


TikTok users by age

The largest audience (25%) of US TikTok users are 10 to 19 years of age. In fact, 47.4% of TikTok users are under 30. As the size of the age group increases, the number of TikTok users decreases. 

  • 10-19 years: 25%
  • 20-29 years: 22.4%
  • 30-39 years: 21.7%
  • 40-49 years: 20.3%
  • 50+:             11%

TikTok users by gender

According to the latest data, the majority of TikTok users are female and the percentage is 57%. Male users are 43%. Split by age, the majority of TikTok users are female 18-24 year-olds (23.8%).

TikTok users by country

TikTok is available in over 160 countries and has over 1.1 billion users. However, TikTok has been downloaded over 135 million times in the United States alone. So, the US has the single widest audience over 135 million users. 

  • United States:136.42 million
  • Indonesia: 99.07 million
  • Brazil:73.58 million
  • Russia: 51.3 million
  • Mexico: 50.52 million
  • Vietnam: 45.82 million
  • Philippines: 40.36 million
  • Thailand: 38.38 million
  • Turkey: 28.68 million
  • Pakistan: 24.05 million

Bottom line 

It can be stated that TikTok’s global appeal has permeated several age groups and regions. However, there is more interest among the Z generation and creators are similarly young. So, you can learn more about these classifications by doing a large research part! 

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