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WhatsApp voice calling now accessible for all

Some users claimed that they were seeing the voice calling feature on WhatsApp. It was later discovered that this was only being sent out to a handful of users. Well those days are now behind us as users all over the world are seemingly able to make voice calls using WhatsApp. There are a few prerequisites


WhatSim lets you use WhatsApp globally on your smartphone

WhatsApp is one of the most popular social networks in the world. But its usability is somewhat limited when users are traveling abroad. And now, an Italian network has just launched a new SIM card called WhatSim which can be used for sending and receiving WhatsApp messages while traveling overseas. This SIM card will support nearly 400


WhatsApp Is Banning Users Of WhatsApp+ Third-Party App

With more than 600 million users, WhatsApp is clearly one of the most popular messaging services in the world. Even Facebook was interested, as they purchased the app and service in 2014 for $19 billion dollars. That usage comes at a price, however, as it seems they are now killing a popular third-party app called WhatsApp+. People


WhatsApp now has 700 million active users

WhatsApp has now announced that it has over 700 million active monthly users for its popular IM client. This comes as the company added 300 million users in 2014 alone and a 100 million customers since August 2014. This means that WhatsApp now has more active users than Facebook Messenger, which is Facebook’s dedicated IM

WhatsApp postpones launch of voice calling service to early 2015

The CEO of WhatsApp has officially confirmed that the much expected voice calling feature will not launch until early 2015. Speaking at the Code/Mobile event, he said that the company is facing some technical hurdles in bringing this idea to fruition. According to the CEO Jan Koum, this addition will not clash with Facebook Messenger which already

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WhatsApp beta update brings support for Android Wear smartwatches

One of the most widely used instant messaging apps in the world, WhatsApp, has officially made its way to Android Wear starting today. This is possible thanks to a beta update rolled out by the developers. Users can view all their messages right within their wrist and even reply to conversations using voice typing. A message

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WhatsApp might soon get voice calling feature

A new leak has revealed that the much awaited voice calling feature might make its way to WhatsApp soon. The Founder of WhatsApp Jan Koum recently mentioned that the feature would make its way to the IM client but failed to give a time frame. Today, a screenshot of WhatsApp’s dedicated translate page has leaked

WhatsApp CEO claims that user data is not being compromised

According to the CEO of WhatsApp, recent concerns over the app’s potential security loopholes are exaggerated. Jan Koum claims that the company has never wanted to access user data and never would in the future either. The IM service has faced some ire recently after potential security issues were discovered. Speaking about some concerns raised

WhatsApp security flaw should be a quick fix for Facebook

Worried that someone might be eavesdropping on your WhatsApp chats? Facebook might just have the solution. Earlier today, we reported on a security issue involving the Android version of mobile messenger WhatsApp. The vulnerability, discovered by security researcher Bas Bosschert, basically involves extracting the app’s SQLite database from the phone’s microSD storage, which is usually accessible

WhatsApp For Android Flaw Lets Anyone Read Your Messages

WhatsApp is one of the world’s most popular cross platform communications app that was created in 2009 and has over 400 million active users each month. The app has recently been placed under the spotlight when Facebook offered to buy it for a cool US$19 billion. Facebook will pay $4 billion in cash, $12 billion

What Facebook’s WhatsApp acquisition means for mobile users

For a company that promises “No ads. No games. No gimmicks,” what will happen to WhatsApp after Facebook’s acquisition? The surprising news this week is the biggest tech acquisitions this year — Facebook’s acquisition of mobile messaging app WhatsApp for $19 billion. That’s $4 billion in cold cash, $12 billion in shares, plus $3 billion

Google originally offered to acquire Whatsapp for $10 billion

The biggest acquisition of the year took place yesterday when Facebook acquired Whatsapp for a resounding $16 billion. However, it is now claimed that even Google was in the running for the acquisition of this massively popular IM client. Google reportedly offered Whatsapp $10 billion, which was later bettered by Facebook in its bid of

Facebook To Acquire WhatsApp For $16 Billion

Facebook announced today that it has reached an agreement to acquire WhatsApp for approximately $16 billion. This amount includes $4 billion in cash and $12 billion in Facebook shares. Aside from this, the deal also includes an additional $3 billion in restricted stock units that will be given to WhatsApp founders and employees. Facebook CEO