As per people familiar with the matter, WhatsApp is going ahead with its plan to monetize its offering. It was revealed a few months ago that the company was in touch with businesses so as to finally start earning revenues out of its massively popular IM application. The plan involves businesses directly getting in touch with users of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp is a well-known messaging app that is used by millions of users to send and receive messages from friends and families, send photos and videos as well as make a voice call. Just like other messaging apps that require a phone number, WhatsApp has been built for iPhone only and doesn’t support other devices such as iPad.
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There are many instant messaging apps available for iOS and WhatsApp is one of them. It allows you to message your friends and families, send & receive photos and videos as well as make an online call. We recently showed you how to install Instagram++ which brings tons of new features to Instagram, and today we will show you how to download WhatsApp++ on iOS 10 without jailbreaking.
WhatsApp has finally rolled out its 2-step verification feature. Two-step verification adds an extra layer of security. You’ll be asked to generate a six digit code, without which, you can no longer login and use WhatsApp.
WhatsApp today announced that it is rolling out two-step verification for all its 1.2 billion users across iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone. Not to be confused with end-to-end encryption, two-step verification will let WhatsApp users enhance the security of their account by adding an extra verification process during the setup process.
In April of last year, the popular messaging app WhatsApp announced that all types of communication offered by the service would be secured with end-to-end encryption.
WhatsApp has been on a roll this year adding new features to its messaging platform. After adding the ability to send any files, GIF support, end-to-end encryption, and more recently video calling, the Facebook-owned messaging platform is now reportedly working on adding new features to its service, including the ability to edit sent messages and even revoke them.
After spending a couple of weeks in Beta, and years in anticipation land, WhatsApp has finally made the free video calling feature available to all its users across iOS, Android and Windows Mobile. All you have to do is go to the App Store and update the app (version 2.16.17) and you’ll have the functionality to have a video chat with anyone running the same latest version of WhatsApp. How exactly do you place that WhatsApp video call you ask? Read on to find out.