WhatsApp Messenger is the best messaging app you could use on your mobile device and PC as well. It allows you to send and receive text messages, voice messages, and make and receive audio, as well as video calls, without any fees.
WhatsApp has become so popular mainly because of its useful and amazing features, but also because it is easy to use. The app is free, and it doesn’t require any subscription fees. It allows you to send and receive images, videos, documents, as well as voice messages.
With WhatsApp, you get to call your loved ones for free, only connected to a Wi-Fi or data network. However, it doesn’t enable you to call 911 or other emergency services. In addition to the useful communication means it provides, WhatsApp also allows you to create and manage group chats. This way, you can stay up-to-date with more than one person that’s close to you.
Besides the mobile version, WhatsApp also offers a web variant, the WhatsApp Web, which you can use on your desktop. Note, however, that this version only allows you to send and receive messages, not to make any calls.
WhatsApp Messenger 2.20.10 Beta Update
WhatsApp receives regular updates in order to keep the app fresh and interesting, as well as safe and free of bugs. The latest roll-out, WhatsApp Messenger 2.20.10 beta update, has been released, and it comes with a few new features and functionalities.
A new privacy setting has been incorporated, which allows you to control who can add you to groups. To enable this option, go to the settings menu in the app, tap on ‘Account,’ then select ‘Privacy,’ and lastly ‘Groups to get started.’
The update has also added call waiting support so you can be able to choose to accept an incoming WhatsApp call even though you are already in a call. Also, you can now require a fingerprint to launch the app. To enable this functionality, head to ‘Settings,’ tap on ‘Account,’ and ‘Privacy,’ then select ‘Fingerprint lock’ and ‘Enable with fingerprint.’
Finally, an issue that made the battery drain fast on some devices has been fixed with this new update.