WhatsApp for Windows Phone: stable version 2.16.64 is available for download

windows phones stable version 2 16 64What more can we say about WhatsApp? Its huge success all over the world (one billion active users) speaks for itself. This Facebook-owned multi-platform mobile messaging app is now part of our everyday life, and we use it for multiple reasons: to exchange text, to share photos and videos with family, friends or colleagues, and now also to send documents. Furthermore, you can use WhatsApp with Android devices, iPhones, Nokia, Blackberry and Windows phones.

This popular app is constantly changing and it’s undeniable that its developers really work hard to improve and update the service. And today we are going to see what changes with the latest stable version of WhatsApp for Windows Phone devices that has just been released. This new stable version 2.16.64 confirms the changes that were introduced with the last 2.16.62 Beta, only now you can be sure that the updated version is bug-free.

If you download this latest stable version of WhatsApp for Windows Phone you’ll notice some changes to the user interface (for example the call icons). Furthermore, if you update your device with this new version of WhatsApp, you’ll be able to send documents and preview links. As we said, this is a stable version of the app, so you can download it straight from the Windows Store.

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To install it on your device you simply have to open the Windows Store and look for WhatsApp 2.16.64 version. Once you’ve found it, you can immediately install the 2.16.64 version of WhatsApp on your Windows Phone 8.1 or Windows 10 Mobile. In the meantime, the rumours about the forthcoming addition of the Video Calling feature on Windows Phones have not yet been confirmed by the owners of the app, so we have no choice but to wait.

If you are one of the few who still doesn’t use WhatsApp, after the last press release of Three you might change your idea and decide to install WhatsApp on your phone. Three, the famous mobile giant, has in  fact just told its customers that sending MMS will be much more expensive in the near future, so the company suggests to its users to switch to WhatsApp or Skype to send photo or video messages.

Starting from the 13th of June, Three will charge 40p, up from 17p, for all MMS messages. The Company said that “Some phones, like older Samsung models, recognise emoticons or emojis as photos. They would automatically convert the SMS into a picture message,adding thatThere are other ways to send multimedia messages whilst keeping the costs at bay. Mobile applications are probably the most popular method. In fact some of them, like Skype are preloaded on most of our phones,” and stating also that “all of our tariffs include internet allowance so using applications like Skype, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger or Viber to name a few, for sending MMS will use the data included in your package.

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