WhatsApp still leads the top of the most popular messaging and video calling apps. The Facebook-owned app offers a variety of useful functionalities towards its users – dark mode, free video calls while you’re on WiFi, end-to-end encryption, voice messages, blocking unwanted contacts, and so on. Thus, WhatsApp managed to gather around 2 billion users, and the number will keep on growing.
But the best part is on its way: WhatsApp awaits the iPad version soon, and that will mark a great moment. A new code from the latest beta reveals the app will link four devices to a single account. This means that while you’re using one account and one phone number for your WhatsApp, you can access the app also from a PC and a tablet, and you’ll see the same conversations.
WhatsApp is highly reliable, and a part of the description from the Google Play Store summarizes the essence of the app:
WhatsApp Messenger is a FREE messaging app available for Android and other smartphones. WhatsApp uses your phone’s Internet connection (4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi, as available) to let you message and call friends and family. Switch from SMS to WhatsApp to send and receive messages, calls, photos, videos, documents, and Voice Messages.
Other latest additions for WhatsApp are represented by the dark mode and the self-destructive messages. With the second feature, you won’t have to worry anymore that your parents or spouse will read precious conversations of yours. You won’t have to bother deleting them after finishing texting. As for the dark mode, this is very useful nowadays when most of us are addicted to our phones. The dark mode relaxes the eyes and saves battery life by consuming less energy than usual.
WhatsApp never seems to get old, and there’s no reason to think that the developers won’t improve it even more.
James is passionate about mobile gadgets, and he likes to keep himself up-to-date with the latest releases in the field of smartphones, tablets, and so on. He has ten-year experience in writing content and reviewing tech products. For Meedios, James will cover news regarding mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and more.