As a cross-platform mobile messaging app, WhatsApp Messenger allows users to exchange messages on cell phones quickly and conveniently. Besides letting users chat for free with people who install the app, it also offers some useful extra features to add fun to text messaging.
By using phone's Internet connection (4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi), WhatsApp Messenger displays chats in small text bubbles, shows a time stamp for each message, notifies users whether a text has been viewed or not by the recipient, and enables you to message, call and video friends and family. Generally speaking, WhatsApp Messenger needs no special introduction as the most popular instant messaging service, which now owns over 800 million users and boasts apps for Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and more rarified platforms like Symbian.
Uninstall the app:
1. Go to Settings menu;
2. Choose Apps or Application manager;
3. Touch the app you want to remove;
4. Press Uninstall.
➠ Sending messages for free:
WhatsApp uses 4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi to offer service, so users have no need to pay for every message or call. It provides great convenience for people of different countries engaging mutual communications.
➠ Group chat service:
Set up or join group chats with your contacts quickly so you can easily stay in close touch with your friends.
➠ Web version:
You can also send and receive WhatsApp messages right from your computer's browser.
➠ Easy contact importing:
You can easily connect with your contacts in the phone book, so say no to account names and pins.
➠ Offline Messages:
If you miss an instant notification or simply turn your phone off, WhatsApp Messenger will save recent messages until the next time you open and use the app.
➠ Various functionality:
Exchange contacts, Share locations, set different wallpapers, change notification sounds, broadcast messages to multiple contacts at once, email chat history, and more.
➠ Concern about privacy security:
WhatsApp Messenger has long been criticized for its lack of protection systems. To fix users' concerns about their chats being intercepted, WhatsApp Messenger now adds end-to-end encryption along with a checking system to oversee the encryption's functioning status.
WhatsApp Messenger can be used as a replacement for the SMS function of your smartphone. The app used to be free for one year and then charge 99 cents for every following year, but now the service is completely free for everyone, forever.