Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

WhatsApp Messenger

edited July 2017 in Apps


WhatsApp Messenger is the most convenient way of quickly sending messages on your mobile phone to any contact or friend on your contacts list. The only requirement is that the other people must have the app installed on their own device.

Currently, WhatsApp is compatible with just about all mobile operating systems on the market: Android, iOS, Symbian and Windows Phone. So this basically means you’ll be able to use WhatsApp to communicate with any friend, regardless of what model of device they have.

WhatsApp users can send text messages, voice messages, links and images to any other user. Automatic image compression makes transferring files very easy (although there is obviously some quality loss).

One of the most interesting and most used tools on WhatsApp is the one that lets you easily create and manage groups. Any user can enter any group, as long as they’ve been invited by the group’s creator, and they can leave it whenever they want.

WhatsApp is the perfect communication tool for Android users because with it, you can forget about paying for text messages ever again. It’s also important to keep in mind that WhatsApp is fully compatible with WhatsApp PLUS (in so far as sending and receiving messages is concerned).



  • Yes whatapp is the best and widely known app for communication as it is now all over the world.

  • WhatsApp is so cool! It has saved me a lot of money with its video and voice call features. I also love the interface and new upgrades. WhatsApp is fast becoming the new face of social media.

  • edited July 2017

    Yeah, WhatsApp is definitely an up and coming contender to Facebook's messenger app. I just tried WhatsApp recently(I have always been an FB Messenger sheep, lol) and boy was it great! It is infinite times better than the Messenger app and I have even recommended it to some of my friends who are stuck with Messenger.

  • @Airfightermax, wow! Over here WhatsApp has been the real deal. I use Facebook messenger for my Facebook friends and I use WhatsApp for my close buddies. We open group chats, goof around and have fun all day.

  • @Airfightermax, wow! Over here WhatsApp has been the real deal. I use Facebook messenger for my Facebook friends and I use WhatsApp for my close buddies. We open group chats, goof around and have fun all day.

  • I think this is the most functional app in terms of communication. We all use WhatsApp to communicate, with our friends and family, so it's very helpful. It's also easy to use, you can use a lot of Emojis, send photos and videos, voice notes too, so it's really cool.

  • WhatsApp is great when it comes to chat rooms and connecting with friends and all, but the voice/video call seldom works. I am not bashing WhatsApp I myself am a daily user, but it could be improved in some places. At least the emojis are decent and whatnot.

  • I dont use WhatsApp. Im old so Facebook messenger is enough for me.

  • I think that WhatsApp is the greatest communication medium of our time. Just love how it has connected people. No other messaging app is as convenient and awesome as WhatsApp.

  • I hardly ever text with people anymore and am always using WhatsApp. My friends all use it to so it's a matter of convenience for me.

  • WhatsApp is a great mobile app for communication and messaging purposes. I have been using similar apps like Wechat and Viber but I felt WhatsApp is the most convenient and user-friendly mobile app in the market. I love one thing about this app is that their updates are always something new and very handy to use.

  • Do you know that now school teachers are using Whatsapp to communicate with students' parents daily? My son's teacher had been communicating with me personally at Whatsapp and I must admit that I really rely on this app to "talk" to her . We had been "talking for 3 years now and I am glad this teacher took the initiative to bond our teacher-parent relationship better
Sign In or Register to comment.