The whatsapp works with your phone by using your mobile data or WiFi (if available) to help you stay connected with friends and family.
The service is free to use for one full year. After this period has passed, $0.99 will be needed per year for the service to continue. Not only will you able to send millions of texts, audio, and video messages, the app also supports multimedia content and group chat services.
The app can be installed for Android from Google Play Store. To install the Whatsapp service, you must agree to the terms and conditions. After locating the app in the Google Play Store, tap the on the installation button and it will start downloading in your phone.
You will also need to give your mobile number for integration which will be verified by the app. A verification code will be sent via SMS. After locating the app in the Google Play Store, tap the on the installation button and it will start downloading in your phone.
You will also need to give your mobile number for integration which will be verified by the app. A verification code will be sent via SMS. In order to get started, you must type in a unique verification number in the given field to start. The app also makes use of an existing internet plan so that files and message sharing can be accessible.
– Unlimited internet data plan recommended
– Tablet devices are not supported by Whatsapp
There is a way to work around using a tablet if you have an Android tablet. First, grab the latest version of Whatsapp .apk. Request it from the official site while on Chrome or Firefox, a desktop version of the app will appear and you can download .apk directly. SRT AppGaurd will then need to be downloaded and then both apps can be installed. AppGaurd will run first. Select Whatsapp from the Dashboard and press Monitor. When AppGuard is done setting up the monitoring, scroll down and disable, ‘read phone status and identity’ under ‘Phone calls’.
P.S. Another trick for Whatsapp is locking the app to help secure it from prying eyes. For Android users Whatsapp Lock is the one to go for. While Blackberry users will probably prefer Lock for Whatsapp (similar name but different app). When you use either apps, your Phone will be protected by a PIN or a password. Once you have everything set up, people shouldn’t be able to sneak a peek.