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Some 200,000 people there downloaded the app between Sunday and Tuesday, says Micha Benoliel, CEO of Open Garden, the company behind Fire Chat, sending it skyrocketing to the top of the region’s app-store charts.

Speaking from Hong Kong, Benoliel tells TIME that Fire Chat’s sudden popularity there isn’t a “complete surprise” because it was also popular with Taiwanese protesters last March.

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Every tourist should do it at least once while in Hong Kong.You will get a close up look of the light show on the Star Ferry plus a unique boating experience at night.I only suggest you riding the Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui because there is not much to see facing the Kowloon side if you begin the trip from Central or Wanchai.It’s also the latest in a long line of technologies that helped fuel wide-scale protests.Iran’s 2009 Green Revolution was dubbed the Twitter Revolution, thanks to protesters’ penchant for organizing via Twitter, likewise 2011’s Occupy Wall Street was a hashtag before it was a street protest.However, Benoliel says the company is working on protester-minded updates like private messaging and encryption, as Open Garden advocates for “freedom of speech and access to information.” “If this application can help in this way, it’s very aligned with the mission of the company,” Benoliel says.

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