Tango Facts and Statistics (2021) | By the Numbers

Here are a few of the most interesting Tango stats and facts I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

tango Facts and StatisticsPlease note that some of these Tango stats are easier to find than others, so some of these are based on news reports and not official company tallies. All stats are linked to their source unless it was sent to me directly from the company. No stat listed on DMR should be considered in making any type of investment decision. In other words: This is the best I can find, but I don’t guarantee anything.

Tango Facts

  • Website: tango.me
  • Year Founded: 2009
  • Founder: Uri Raz and Eric Setton
  • Headquarters: Mountain View, CA

Tango Statistics

Number of Tango users:

390 million registered users

Last updated 10/30/18

Number of active monthly Tango users:

70 million

Last updated 9/15/14

Percentage of global adult internet users that use Tango monthly:


Last updated 11/20/14

Percentage of APAC adult internet users that use Tango monthly:


Last updated 11/20/14

Number of game developers that Tango has partnered with:

40 game partners

Last updated 9/15/14

Percentage of Tango users that play mobile games:


Last updated 9/15/14

Number of Tango employees:

122 employees

Last updated 3/14/21

Number of countries that Tango has members in:

224 countries

Last updated 3/8/16

Number of languages that Tango is available in:

15 languages

Last updated 3/8/16

What is Tango?

Tango, the leading all-in-one social networking app, enables you to connect with friends and stay closer to family in a way that is easy, spontaneous, fun and fits the moment. Tango allows you to send free text messages, play games, and make free phone calls and video calls with those you care about. Tango works on iPhones, iPod touch, hundreds of Android phones and Windows Phone devices, as well as tablets and PCs, and provides high quality experience over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi. (source)