WhatsApp, the ridiculously popular and Facebook-owned messaging platform has made an announcement that should make desktop users plenty happy.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging platforms available, but it’s still missing official desktop applications for OS X and Windows.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging platforms out there, and the service is reportedly adding a few new features that could make the service even better for frequent users, after bringing end-to-end encryption to the platform not too long ago.
A billion people across the planet use WhatsApp to communicate with their loved ones, friends, colleagues, and everyone in between. But while many of us use WhatsApp, most of us haven’t even scratched the surface of this simple looking, but immensely feature rich communication app.
Encryption garnered plenty of attention over the last few months thanks to a lengthy battle between Apple and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and that battle won’t completely fade any time soon. Now WhatsApp is throwing its hat into the conversation as well.
WhatsApp hasn’t changed much lately. Other than voice calls, there haven’t been any new features to help users, especially when it comes to productivity. But no longer. They’ve just added an easy way to share PDFs.
A lot of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s owners have recently started complaining about their iPhone suddenly running out of storage space, and these are not owners of the base 16GB iPhone. Instead, these are people who own the 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s, who are complaining about all free storage space on their handset mysteriously disappearing.
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.
WhatsApp founder Jan Koum has confirmed plans to drop the messaging service’s $1 per year subscription fee. Koum hopes the move will make WhatsApp more accessible, and promises that users won’t have to see ads as a result.