The popular Facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp, has recently grown to more than 1 billion monthly active users.
In 2014, Facebook acquired the popular messaging platform, WhatsApp, and now it looks like the social networking giant is looking to add a new feature that ties into the platform.
Leaked screenshots reveals video calling may be coming soon to WhatsApp; new tabbed interface also in the works
WhatsApp users with an iPhone have yet another reason to update to iOS 9.1. After installing Apple’s latest update, you’ll find added Quick Reply functionality, allowing you to reply to messages without having to open the WhatsApp app.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular cross-platform messaging apps for iOS. If you’re a long time user of the app, you must be aware that WhatsApp allows you to select a custom wallpaper for chat backgrounds. You can choose from any of the default wallpapers that come with the app or choose a photo from your Camera Roll. If you wish to enjoy more high-quality wallpapers then you should check out WhatsApp Wallpapers.
WhatsApp started rolling out the WhatsApp Web feature at the beginning of this year. However, at that time, it was available only for Android users.
WhatsApp had said that the web client wasn’t available for the iPhone due to “platform limitations.” iPhone users had to rely on jailbreaking to use the web client on the desktop with the iPhone.