What is Whatsapp?
WhatsApp Messenger is a multi-platform mobile messaging app to exchange text (or voice) messages without paying for SMS, which can be installed mostly on any smartphone or mobile device for free.

How to Download Whatsapp on your phone?
WhatsApp Messenger can be downloaded and installed on traditional phone and smartphone like the BlackBerry, Nokia, iPhone, Samsung or any other Android, Windows or Ubuntu phone.

What if I have an old phone?
downloadIf you own an old phone or have any trouble downloading and installing Whatsapp, then follow read this specific tutorial for Java, Symbian or even for Bada Os . If you have an old Nokia smartphone click here or if you have troubles installing Whatsapp on a Samsung device click here.

WhatsApp for Windows Phone: the Video Calling feature has finally been activated

WA Windows Phone video callingWhatsApp developers have just released a new update of our favourite instant messaging app. This is both good news and bad news because we are talking about the introduction of the feature we were all waiting for: the Video Calling option. Good news because WhatsAppers will finally be able to make video calls, bad news because only users with Windows Phone devices will be able to use this much awaited feature.

WhatsApp for Windows Phone: further improvements with the latest version 2.16.256

WA for Windows Phone 2 16 256The developers of WhatsApp have released a new update for Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile. This latest version, number 2.16.256, doesn’t bring major changes to the app, nonetheless there are some new features along with the usual bug fixes and performance improvements. The changelog has not been provided, so we are not able to see if there are going to be many new features, but one change is already available. We are talking about the Camera Button which is now available on the Chat Page. You can download this latest version of WhatsApp for Windows Phone straight from the Microsoft Store using this link.

WhatsApp for Android: new features are available with the latest 2.16.306 version

WA for Android 14 october 2016The developers of WhatsApp have released another update of the app dedicated to Android users. As you certainly know, it is possible to install this Facebook-owned multi-platform instant messaging app on iOS, Android, and Windows devices. But, since Android users are the majority, this platform receives updates more often.

So today we are going to talk about this latest 2.16.306 version of WhatsApp for Android devices. Let’s see immediately what changes according to the changelog:

  • Now you can draw or add text and emojis to photos and videos you capture within WhatsApp. You can also pick a brush size or font style by dragging left on the color selector.

WhatsApp for Android: new 2.16.300 Beta version is available for download

WA 12 October 2016An updated Beta version of WhatsApp for Android devices is already available. This latest 2.16.300 Beta version of WhatsApp not only comes the usual bug fixes and
performance improvements, but also adds support for Giphy and Tenor.

To be completely honest, this new feature has not yet been activated, but it seems that it will soon be available to WhatsApp users. What are Giphy and Tenor? These two platforms allow users to find particular GIFs, since they are hosting many of them. Now let’s see what else is changing with this latest 2.16.300 Beta version of WhatsApp for Android devices.

WhatsApp for Windows Phone: some new features are available thanks to the latest update

Windows Phone 2 16 240A new update of WhatsApp are available for Windows Phone users. This latest 2.16.240 version of WhatsApp for Windows 10 Mobile comes with some new features and
confirms the introduction of what was added with recent Beta. So, let’s see in detail what changes with this new version of WhatsApp for Windows Phone. First of all, let’s begin with the OneDrive integration for backups.

WhatsApp and Facebook: Germany puts a stop to data sharing

data sharing facebook and whatsappMore problems for Facebook and WhatsApp following their Data Sharing Project. It appears that in Europe this decision is raising great concerns and therefore the two services may be banned from sharing their data. Germany has been the first country to take this decision and seems that the UK will follow the same path soon.

Last week the Germany’s Data Protection Commissioner already told Facebook that it must stop collecting information on its users through WhatsApp. In addition, the Commissioner also ordered Facebook to delete any data it has already received. But why? The commissioner claimed that Facebook has not kept its promise made on 2014 to keep the data of the two services separate.

WhatsApp for Android: the latest update adds Public Group Chat Links

wa per android invite linksAnother interesting update of WhatsApp is available for Android Beta Testers. This latest upgrade, number 2.16.281, along with the usual bug fixes and performance improvements, adds a new feature that enables group admins to invite people to their group thanks to a new “invite to group via link” option that appears at the top of the contacts list. How does this new option work?