WhatsApp is easily the application I use the most on a daily basis on my smartphones. I use it for work, I use it to reconnect, and I use it to send silly memes to silly people all the time.
Odds are, WhatsApp’s probably super important to you too. But when something’s very important, there will be people who will want to exploit it for malicious purposes — especially considering the amount of information that gets shared via WhatsApp. And the bad news is that these bad people may have a way in if you’re not careful.
It was supposed to end sooner, and it looks like WhatsApp is finally ending its support for legacy smartphones as we enter 2018. If you’re using a BlackBerry or Windows Phone from 3-5 years ago, your time is finally up in the next couple of days.
WhatsApp is finally getting a very much requested feature, the ability to properly delete/recall messages that have been erroneously sent out.
Instant messaging app WhatsApp has achieved a new milestone today. In early 2016, WhatsApp had acquired one billion users on WhatsApp and now they are celebrating one billion active users that rely on WhatsApp daily for communication.
WhatsApp is constantly experimenting with new things and this time, they are making videos more seamless with your current chat conversations. After opening up WhatsApp file transfer to any file format, the next big thing would be picture-in-picture viewing for both YouTube and video calls.
WhatsApp, one of the world’s most popular instant messaging app is currently facing some disruptions in China. Photos and videos sent via WhatsApp were reported to be blocked while some claimed to be unable to send text-based messages.
Finally, the update many of us have been waiting for is finally rolling out on the insanely popular instant messaging application WhatsApp. In its latest version, users can now send practically ANY file to chats! You can also do some neat stuff with text formatting too.
If you’re still using a BlackBerry 10 device such as the BlackBerry Classic, Passport, Leap, as well as the BlackBerry Q and Z series, you’re in luck. WhatsApp has extended its support for BlackBerry 10 and even BlackBerry OS7+ users until the end of this year.
WhatsApp has updated its iOS app which now comes with several nifty new features. These would definitely make your buzzing group chats more pleasant to use.
OK. We thought this would be pretty obvious, but clearly there are more vulnerable people out there than we thought. In any case, here’s a super helpful PSA:
The WhatsApp messages regarding WannaCry affecting online transactions and spreading through WhatsApp are FAKE.