WhatsApp has decided to drop the annual $1 subscription free across all platforms, making it a totally free service. Here are the details.
Want WhatsApp for iPad, iPad mini and iPod on iOS 8.4? Here is how to download, install WhatsApp iPad and iPod touch version on your device.
WhatsApp for iPhone update with voice calling feature gets a release time-frame, and will be available to download very soon. More details on the news can be found here.
Here's a video of WhatsApp Messenger voice calling (VoIP) feature for iPhone in action. More details, screenshots and video demo can be found right here.
WhatsApp, now owned by Facebook, is the most-used cross-platform IM app going, and since the acquisition last year, has been the subject to a number of changes and improvements. Towards to the tail-end of last month, for example, a WhatsApp Web Client was launched, and although it could do with a few feature enhancements, is pretty functional for a version 1.0. Now, though, it has emerged that the WhatsApp Web Client has brought a new privacy concern, with syncing issues between the app and the Web Client seemingly exposing users' personal pictures.
The WhatsApp voice calling feature has been spotted running for a few users, and it is expected that the rest of us could soon be getting our hands on it. Head on after the jump for further information on this development.
Here’s how to backup and restore on iPhone all of your WhatsApp chat messages and photos using iCloud the easy way. More details and step-by-step guide can be found right past the jump.
Here’s how you can set up and use WhatsApp Web Client in desktop browser on your PC or Mac. More details and complete step-by-step guide can be found after the jump.
WhatsApp is, beyond question and doubt, one of the most popular IM apps across all smartphone platforms. Its massive success was what prompted Facebook to cough up billions of dollars in order to acquire the instant messaging service with its 500-million strong user base. WhatsApp enjoys its success for the quality of the service that it provides (especially over the competition), and soon it will be adding more to its arsenal, in the form of voice calling.
Google's Android Wear initiative may be in the midst of what could be called a false start, but that problem maybe alleviated once the big software companies start to integrate wearable support into their apps. Two giants of the messaging world have done just that over the last couple of days, with both Facebook and WhatsApp issuing updates to their Android apps that give Android Wear, err, wearers a little taste of the future.