Source: WhatsApp

It seems the day many people have been waiting for is finally here – WhatsApp is now available on your desktop, but only if you’re an Android, Windows Phone or BlackBerry user. The new Web client is actually a simple mirror from the WhatsApp app on your phone, so in order to use it, you’ll need to have an active connection on your phone, not just your computer. To start, you’ll need to scan a QR code and have the latest vers ...

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Mobile messaging platform WhatsApp has accumulated more than 700 million monthly active users and seems on track to reach 1 billion in about a year, a target Facebook set when it acquired the company in 2014. The announcement comes about 11 months after Facebook acquired the app for $16 billion, a move that reflected the importance that Facebook places on mobile users.   The latest WhatsApp milestone is significant because it also highlights the recent rise of messagin ...

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Source: idownloadblog

As we patiently await an update to make WhatsApp support native display sizes of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the tremendously popular Facebook-owned messaging service on Wednesday enabled a new check mark in the chat UI indicating that the recipient has read your message. Now when you’re chatting with someone, pay attention to read receipts in the form of blue check marks, as discovered by designer, Dutch translator ...

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Source: RT

The newest version of the WhatsApp mobile messaging app will include VoIP telephone calls as well as VoIP call recording. Apps like Viber, Skype, Tango, Google Hangout, and Facebook already support VoIP, which allows you to make voice calls over a broadband connection. Beyond WhatsApp’s huge pool of over 600 million active users, which will undoubtedly compete against these VoIP providers, what is even more intriguing is the VoIP recording feature. Though add- ...

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