A report from online analysis company Similar Web predicts Nintendo's latest Pokémon game, Pokémon Go, will surpass Twitter in daily active Android users in a matter of days. similarweb.com On Android, Pokémon Go already has more installs than dating app Tinder, and more than 60% of people who have the app are using it on a daily basis. The report comes as Nintendo's stock continues to surge. By Sunday night, it was up 19% with no signs of slowing down. AFP news agency @AFP #BREAKING: Nintendo soars 19%, extends Pokemon game rally 12:34 AM - 11 Jul 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Users are also spending more time on Pokémon Go than WhatsApp, Instragram, Snapchat, and Facebook Messenger – and it hasn't even been rolled out worldwide yet. Samantha Anna Kean @samantha_kean Argh. #PokemonGo is still not here on iOS in England... Eeeep!! 03:47 PM - 10 Jul 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite The average time spent on Pokémon Go is just over 42 minutes a day. Its nearest rival, the Facebook-owned WhatsApp, has an average time of 30 minutes. similarweb.com So far the app is only technically available in Australia, the U.S., and New Zealand, but that hasn't stopped people around the world from flooding social media with stories about how Pokémon Go has helped their mental health. twitter.com sophiaslittleblog.tumblr.com The worldwide rollout of Pokémon Go was stalled last Friday after server issues caused the game to glitch and lag, forcing many users to find a workaround in order to download the game.