WhatsApp has given users reasons to choose it repeatedly. WhatsApp allows users to send text and voice messages across the different smartphones. Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows, Symbian, and Nokia phones can receive and send messages through WhatsApp at no extra cost.
WhatsApp allows users to send text messages, documents, voice messages, and videos with their phone Internet connection which could be 2G/3G/4G/EDGE or WiFi. WhatsApp also allows users to make calls, both local and international calls. WhatsApp users can also send messages on the computers over the web, and with groups that contain at least 256 members, group messages can also be sent.
Another reason why WhatsApp is a top choice for users is that there is no need for usernames or pins and one’s phonebook contacts are imported seamlessly into WhatsApp. WhatsApp users are also always connected and receive messages real-time. WhatsApp users can also personalize wallpapers, notifications, broadcast messages and have the most personal messaging experience.
With the latest WhatsApp version, personalization is taken a bit up the notch. WhatsApp 2.17.350 version is the latest WhatsApp update. With older WhatsApp updates, users could add picture updates which stay for 24 hours. Now with the WhatsApp 2.17.350 version, users can also add text-only updates for the 24-hour duration. To add text-only updates, users tap on the pencil icon in the Status tab, input the text, and choose a background font or color. Also for users of Android 8+, with this update, video calls can be made in picture-in-picture mode.
This latest version of WhatsApp is available for all the devices that WhatsApp support and is available for users across the globe to download in either the APK file or from Google Play Store.