What is Whatsapp?
WhatsApp Messenger is a multi-platform mobile messaging app to exchange text (or voice) messages without paying for SMS, which can be installed mostly on any smartphone or mobile device for free.

How to Download Whatsapp on your phone?
WhatsApp Messenger can be downloaded and installed on traditional phone and smartphone like the BlackBerry, Nokia, iPhone, Samsung or any other Android, Windows or Ubuntu phone.

What if I have an old phone?
downloadIf you own an old phone or have any trouble downloading and installing Whatsapp, then follow read this specific tutorial for Java, Symbian or even for Bada Os . If you have an old Nokia smartphone click here or if you have troubles installing Whatsapp on a Samsung device click here.

WhatsApp for Android: the latest 2.17.148 update will make much easier to write your messages in bold, strikethrough and italics

BoldThe latest WhatsApp update is really going to help the app users to save time while they type their messages. Yes, with this latest 2.17.148 beta version of the app users will be able to use in an easier way an already existing feature, that has been hugely improved.

Let’s see what changes. Beta version 2.17.148 adds a special dropdown menu. Simply tapping the overflow button, users will be able to change their font automatically. All thanks to this floating toolbar. How does it work? It’s very easy. You just have to select the text you need to change and the replacement will be automatically applied.

WhatsApp: some new features have been added to both Android and iPhone platforms

WA for android emoji searchOnce again, we have great news about WhatsApp, since some new, useful options have been added to both Android and iPhone platforms. Let’s see what changes.

WhatsApp for Android – New Beta version 2.17.246 
This latest update for Android devices brings a new feature that allows users to search for emojis in an easier and faster way. Probably many of you already know that this option is already available in third party keyboard apps such as Google Gboard, and now is finally available for Android users of the Facebook-owned app.

WhatsApp: a new study shows its growing importance as news platform

WA News PlatformWhatsApp is not just a free instant messaging platform where users are allowed to chat and share pictures and videos. Actually, the Facebook-owned instant messaging app is a rising star also between news media. That’s what a new Digital News Report shows.

The survey was carried out by the Reuters Institute For The Study of Journalism and was sponsored by the BBC and Google. The research was conducted in 34 countries in Europe, then also in America, Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong, and 71,805 people decided to participate, answering the questions of YouGov in a period between January and February. These are the results, and many could be quite surprised by them.

WhatsApp has changed idea (again): the app will not drop support for a number of older mobile platforms

WA drops supportMillions of WhatsApp users can take a big sigh of relief since the popular Facebook-owned instant messaging app has changed idea again about blocking its service on older mobile platforms such as Windows Phone 8.0 or Android versions 2.3.7.

WhatsApp has in fact  just announced the decision to further  extend its support for users running the app on ageing mobile platforms. With an updated blog post, the app explains what is going to happen. Avid WhatsApp users know that this is the second time that the app takes this the decision, which we assume is very suffered.

WhatsApp: some useful tricks to make more space on your device

WA how to save spaceWhatsApp, the famous Facebook-owned instant messaging app, with over 1.2 billion monthly active users worldwide (in India they are 200 million!) has reached another record, and it seems that nothing is going to stop its growing popularity. And it is easy to understand the reasons of its success.

First of all WhatsApp is completely free, then it allows you to chat with your contacts, make phone calls and share messages, music, pictures, videos and much more. And, as we said, all for free. However, there are some options that some users don’t appreciate very much, especially because they can take up much space of your storage data. WhatsApp in fact downloads automatically all the media files that you receive such as videos, pictures and GIFs. Today we are going to see how you can avoid saving them automatically on your device.

WhatsApp for Android: a new update is available for download

WA For AndroidWho doesn’t know what is WhatsApp? With over 1.2 billion monthly active users this popular Facebook-owned instant messaging app is now one of  the most popular app all over the world, and its popularity keeps growing.

This multi-platform messaging app allows us to exchange text messages and phone calls for free, not to mention the ability to share videos and pictures. Users can install WhatsApp on almost every smartphone, since the app support Android, Windows and iOS platforms. The competition with other similar messaging app (such as Telegram) is very tough, so developers keep working very hard to further improve the performance of our beloved app.

WhatsApp for iOS: the new 2.17.30 version adds a new album feature and much more

WA for iOS album featureWhatsApp developers are really working harder than ever to keep our favourite instant messaging app always on the top. During the last few months the app has undergone through several changes and we have seen the addition of several new features and improvements, and the best is yet to come.

Today we are going to talk about an interesting feature that has just been added to the iOS version of the app and that has been released with the new 2.17.30 update for iOS devices. We think that iOS users will really enjoy this new option, that will help them to keep their photos better organized.