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My name is Azeem. I'm a Blogger & Developer. I also write about Technology, gaming and other geeky topics. Founder of Azmi Tech, aka Snapchat Content Creator.

WhatsApp is a messaging application that allows users to send messages and make phone calls from a smartphone or tablet. It’s available for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Phone and Nokia smart phones.

WhatsApp was created in 2009 by two former Yahoo! employees: Jan Koum and Brian Acton. WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging applications in the world with over 900 million monthly active users worldwide as of February 2016.

Whats App is a cross-platform mobile messaging application. It offers an instant messaging system and allows the user to send text messages, images, voice clips, and videos to contacts on their phones. What do you need to use this app? You must own an iPhone or Android device in which the app is available and have a working internet connection.

Whatsapp also comes up with a desktop application for both macOS and Windows that bundle your phone’s content as well as chat history from your phone to make it accessible from your desktop or laptop PC.

In my opinion, we’re spending a lot of our time trying to get everyone approved as friends and playing a lot of silly games that are with the app. One good thing about WhatsApp is you can chat through attachments too.

WhatsApp is messaging app. Initially, it seemed like a toy app on the iPhone that left its users shouting in public and creepily childishly annoying friends and relatives on their Facebook wall with every new FB update being automatically reflected on WhatsApp. Today WhatsApp is one of the largest most widely used social media networks all over the world.

Twenty-five years ago, we didn’t think texting was a big deal. But given how much we communicate in shorter messages today (vs. one spam-length email), these chat platforms are more ubiquitous than even email once was — this trend will only accelerate as Chinese chat systems WeChat and Alipay drive their global domination of communication too.

The art of “WhatsApp” presents fascinating opportunities and challenges to other social media platforms that have traditionally been limited to

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