WhatsApp Messenger is that free messaging app which is available for pretty much every phone out there. The app uses the internet connection of the phone – 4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi – and you are able to message and call friends or family. You can use the app the send and receive messages, photos, calls, videos, documents, and voice messages.
Features of the app
There are no fees. The app uses the internet connection of your phone, which means that you won’t have to pay for every message or call. Also, there are no subscription fees to use the app.
You can send and receive videos, photos, documents, and voice messages.
The calls are free, which means that you can call your friends or family with WhatsApp Calling, even if they’re in another country. As stated before, the app uses the internet connection of your phone and not your cellular plan. However, keep in mind that data charges may apply. Also, you cannot access 911 or any other emergency service numbers through WhatsApp.
You can create groups and enjoy group chats with your contacts. You can also use the app directly from the browser of your computer with the WhatsApp web.
There are absolutely no international charges, which means that you won’t need to pay money to send messages internationally.
Keep in mind that the app works with your phone number, which means that there are no usernames or PINs to remember. Also, you will always be logged in, which means that you won’t miss messages or calls.
So what is new in the version 220.127.116.11 beta?
As of now, group video and voice calls come with support for up to 8 participants. All of them need to have the latest version of WhatsApp.
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