Why are Indian consumers more open to digital platforms?

An analysis of data from the India Consumer Survey (ICSS) suggests that the country’s digital habits are shifting from a passive stance towards active engagement.

The survey found that digital platforms are becoming more and more of a platform for the people to interact with one another.

According to the ICSS, the average person on an online platform uses social networking sites for their personal activities.

This is a significant increase from the previous year when users used social networking for the same purpose.

This trend has been driven by India’s increasing population, a rise in internet penetration and a rise of smartphone use, which makes social media an increasingly popular and convenient way for people to communicate with one one another, said Suresh Khadse, co-founder of DigitalIndia.

This rise in social networking is likely to continue, he added.

According the ICAS survey, 43% of the Indian population now uses Facebook, a significant jump from the 25% who used Facebook in the past two years.

A similar percentage also used WhatsApp in 2016.

WhatsApp has become an important part of the social media ecosystem in India, as more and less people use it.

“It is not a new trend, but the adoption of social media platforms has been very strong in the last couple of years,” said Khadsey.

“Now people are increasingly using it as a communication tool, and not just for social networking,” he said.

The number of Facebook users in India has more than doubled since 2015, from 13.8 million users in 2016 to 21.5 million users this year.

WhatsApp, meanwhile, has more users in the country than any other social media platform in India.

In fact, in 2016, WhatsApp had more users than Twitter and LinkedIn combined.

WhatsApp is used in more than 90% of India’s homes, according to a recent report by market research firm eMarketer.

The company is also widely used among Indian business leaders and professionals.

In 2017, WhatsApp surpassed Twitter in India’s active users, with 1.65 billion users.

According a survey by eMarketers, a majority of India is online using a range of digital platforms.

For instance, in 2017, the majority of Indian adults use Facebook, Twitter and Google+ at least once a day, and more than one in five adults use Twitter for email.

A recent study by market analytics firm e-Z-Markets also showed that the use of Facebook and Twitter in the first three months of 2017 is more than twice the rate for WhatsApp users.