Website Zalo.Me


Working place: Ho Chi Minh

Founding day: 1-8-2012 (11 years old)

Population of Vietnam 2012: 88,77 millions

Global rank: #7241


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Who is Website Zalo.Me?
Zalo with the domain name Zalo. me is a cross-platform instant messaging application developed by VNG company in Vietnam. Besides, this application is also used in countries such as the United States, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, Germany, Myanmar and Singapore. Zalo was born and put into operation in 2012, up to now, Zalo is ranked 685th globally and 16th in Vietnam. Owning a total number of visits over 100 million per month and the average visit duration is 3 minutes 19 seconds. Among them, up to 60.96% are male, the remaining 30.04% are female. The majority of visitors are in the age group of 18 - 24 years old (accounting for 57.38%), and from 25 - 34 years old (accounting for 30.19%). The largest website traffic was direct visits, with 87.05% of the total number of visits. (Stats for October 2022).
Zalo's name is a combination of Zing (also managed by VNG) and alo (the phrase that opens a meeting). phone calls in Vietnam).
History of formation and development:
The trial version of Zalo was released in August. in 2012, it took 8 months from the beginning of development to the end of 2011. Until September of the same year, Zalo released the version on 3 platforms iOS, Android and Nokia S40. However, Zalo did not receive everyone's attention due to obstacles when accessing users, such as having to use Zing ID to log in or having to use the web platform for mobile applications.
December 2012, the official version of Zalo was released. On January 8, 2013, Zalo took the first place on the App Store chart in Vietnam for the first time, surpassing the strongest competitor at that time, WeChat of China.
Since August. In 2022, Zalo will charge users, for free accounts, certain features will be limited. Soon after, Zalo received many negative feedbacks on the App Store and Google Play.
Outstanding features:
The advantage of Zalo then is stable messaging on both 2G, 2.5G, 3G and wifi. Because the server is located in Vietnam, Zalo's messaging speed is also faster, as well as more battery-saving than foreign software. Specifically:
  • Record and send Zalo voice messages.
  • Share and comment on status (but only see comments) mutual friends' comments).
  • Make friends (search by phone number, link to your phone's built-in contacts, ID, scan QR code or Find Around feature).
  • You can access Zalo on a web browser or use it on your computer with Zalo PC software
  • Free messaging, can send emoticons, pictures and video.
  • Free calls (includes voice and video calls).
  • Share files and store them in File Transfer or My Cloud.
  • Pay by credit card via ZaloPay.

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When was Website Zalo.Me born?
Zalo.Me founding day 1-8-2012 (at the age of 11).
Where is Website Zalo.Me's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Zalo.Me was born in Ho Chi Minh, of Vietnam. is a Website, whose Zodiac is Leo, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Dragon. Zalo.Me's global rank is 7241 and whose rank is 32 in list of famous Website. Population of Vietnam in 2012 is about 88,77 millions persons.
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Events in 2012 and 1-8

Events in the world in the birth year of Zalo.Me

  • Jan. 4: The European Union imposes an oil embargo on Iran in an attempt to get Iran to halt uranium enrichment and end its nuclear weapons efforts. Feb. 15: Iran warns six European countries that it might cut them off from Iranian oil. The threat is made to the ambassadors of Italy, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Greece and Portugal at the Foreign Ministry in Tehran.
  • Feb. 1: At least 73 people are killed in a fight between fans of rival teams at a soccer match in Port Said, Egypt.
  • March 4: Vladimir Putin wins the presidential election in Russia, claiming 64% of the vote. It will be his third full term as president of Russia.
  • March 10: A U.S. soldier goes on a door-to-door rampage in Afghanistan, brutally killing 17 civilians, including nine children. March 23: The U.S. military announces that Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder in the attacks.
  • March 21: Syrian president Bashar al-Assad agrees to a cease-fire. The UN-brokered plan calls on the Syrian government to stop killing civilians, engage in talks with the opposition, withdraw forces from the streets, and begin a transition to a democratic, political system. The country has been in a civil war for several months, following the March 2011 uprising. April 12: The cease-fire goes into effect, but observers are skeptical that it will last. May 26: 32 children under age 10 are killed when the Syrian government attacks the village of Houla. The United Nations blames the deaths on government tanks and artillery, saying many of the victims were executed in their homes. President Assad, however, claims terrorists carried out the attack. The cease-fire is considered moot. June 12: A United Nations official declares that Syria is in a state of civil war. June 22: The Syrian military shoots down a Turkish military jet. President Abdullah Gul of Turkey responds by saying that his country will do "whatever is necessary" in retaliation. Aug. 2: Kofi Annan resigns as UN special envoy to Syria, citing the refusal of the Syrian government to implement the UN-backed peace plan, intensifying violence by rebels, and discord within the Security Council.
  • April 1: Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who in October 2010 was released after spending nearly 20 years under house arrest, wins a seat in parliament.
  • May 1: On the first anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden, President Barack Obama makes a surprise visit to Afghanistan. During his visit, Obama signs an agreement with Afghan president Hamid Karzai that says the U.S. will provide Afghanistan development assistance for 10 years after troops withdraw in 2013.
  • May 6: Francois Hollande defeats Nicolas Sarkozy to become president of France. With the victory, Hollande becomes the first Socialist president since Francois Mitterrand left office in 1995.
  • June 11: Hosni Mubarak, former president of Egypt, is sentenced to life in prison for being an accomplice in the killing of unarmed protestors during the January 2011 demonstrations.
  • June 17: The Center-right New Democracy party prevails in parliamentary elections in Greece. June 20: New Democracy quickly forms a coalition with Pasok and the Democratic Left, and Antonis Samaras, the leader of New Democracy, is sworn in as prime minister.
  • June 24: Egyptian election officials declare Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, the winner of presidential election. Nov. 22: Morsi announces a brazen power grab when he declares authority over the courts, thereby removing any check on his actions by the courts. He says the move is necessary because the judiciary, made up of Hosni Mubarak appointees, is threatening to suspend the constitutional assembly before it completes the task of drafting a new constitution. Nov. 29: Under threat of being suspended by the courts, the constitutional assembly hastily approves a draft document, which is widely criticized for its ambiguity and lack of depth and originality. Dec. 26: President Morsi signs the new constitution into law. The referendum passed in two rounds of voting, on Dec. 14 and Dec. 22. About 64% of voters approved the constitution, but turnout was low—less than 33%.
  • July 7: For the first time since Col. Muammar Qaddafi was ousted, Libyans vote in a national election. The National Forces Alliance, a secular party led by Mahmoud Jibril, a Western-educated political scientist, prevailed over Islamist parties, including the Muslim Brotherhood, in the election to form a national congress.
  • July 27: The 2012 Summer Olympics open in London. More than 10,000 athletes from 205 countries participate in the Games. July 31: Michael Phelps wins his 19th Olympic medal, becoming the winningest Olympic athlete of all time. He surpassed the record held by Russian gymnast Larisa Latynina.
  • Aug. 22: After 19 years of negotiations, Russia joins the newest member of the World Trade Organization.
  • Sep. 11: Armed gunmen storm the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and shoot and kill U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other embassy officials.
  • Oct. 7 Hugo Chávez is elected to a third term as president of Venezuela.
  • Oct. 9 In Pakistan, Taliban members shoot 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai in the head and neck. The shooting occurs while Yousafzai is on her way home on a school bus filled with children. She was targeted for her outspokenness against the Taliban and her determination to get an education.
  • Nov. 29: The UN General Assembly upgrades the status of the Palestinian Authority from current observer to non-member state.
  • Dec. 12: North Korea successfully launches a rocket into orbit. The launch indicates that the country is inching closer toward developing the expertise to build an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Founding day Zalo.Me (1-8) in history

  • Day 1-8 year 1876: Colorado became the 38th state in the United States.
  • Day 1-8 year 1936: Adolf Hitler presided over the opening of the Berlin Olympic Games.
  • Day 1-8 year 1946: President Truman signed the congressional acts that established the Atomic Energy Commission and the Fulbright Scholarship program.
  • Day 1-8 year 1981: MTV made its debut at 12:01 AM. The first video shown was Video Killed the Radio Star by the Buggles.
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