According to a new report, Google is planning to launch its own mobile messaging client after its failed bid to acquire WhatsApp and losing market share to other messaging applications of late.
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WhatsApp, the super popular messaging app, looks like it's expanding its feature list once again. There's very strong evidence that voice calling will soon be supported by the app.
Surpassing yet another major milestone, the WhatsApp CEO has just announced that the platform independent messaging app is now serving an astonishing six hundred million users.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore has revealed that WhatsApp has returned to the Windows Phone Store today, a full two weeks after it was pulled from the Store without warning, leaving many users rather angry.
An Iranian judge has ordered Mark Zuckerberg to appear in court to defend against alleged privacy violations related to WhatsApp and Instagram, referring to him as "the Zionist director of Facebook".
Joe Belfiore, the leader of the Windows Phone team at Microsoft, has posted word on his Twitter feed that they are working with WhatsApp to fix a notifications issue with Windows Phone 8.
The popular IM program WhatsApp has been removed from the Windows Phone Store without explanation - but the good news is that the app is still working for those with it already installed.
A new report claims Iran plans to ban the use of Whatsapp due to the fact that it was acquired by Facebook, which is owned by what the country claims is a "zionist" in Mark Zuckerberg.
Snapchat has silently acquired a video streaming startup called AddLive which the company might be using to power the recently introduced video chat capability in its messaging application.
WhatsApp has announced that their messaging service has now exceeded 500 million users active worldwide, and those same folks are sharing over 700 million photos and 100 million videos each day.
WhatsApp co-founder and CEO Jan Koum has written a blog post defending the company's efforts to keep data from its users private in the wake of the messaging app's upcoming purchase by Facebook.
In a new interview, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says the company "would have been willing to buy" WhatsApp, but stopped short of saying it would have spent $19 billion, as Facebook eventually did.
Updated WhatsApp for Android has gone live in the Google Play Store with new privacy features which were requested by users and the ability to pay the subscription amount for friends.
Facebook has launched its fully-featured standalone Messenger app for Windows Phone 8 devices after nearly two years since its launch on the Android and iOS mobile platforms.
According to Sundar Pichai, senior VP at Google, the rumors surrounding Google's $10 billion bid for Whatsapp have been greatly exaggerated. The VP said Google had never actually made any bid.
Facebook has decided to retire the @facebook.com email service, which it had started for its one billion users, after merely three years of existence due to disappointing usage numbers.
Texting is by far one of the most popular activities on smartphones, here's a feature-by-feature rundown of some of the top clients plus a look at the their data policies.
WhatsApp co-founder, Jan Koum, has revealed that the company is bringing voice calling capabilities to its Android and iOS apps in the near future with Windows Phone and BlackBerry to follow later.
It has emerged that WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton applied for a job at Facebook in 2009, and got rejected. More than five years later and his start-up application has fetched a whopping $19bn.
A new report based on information from industry sources has claimed that Google had offered $10 billion for WhatsApp before it turned towards Facebook for a deal valued at around $19 billion.
Facebook are to purchase WhatsApp, the globally popular messaging apps for $16 billion dollars, an SEC filing reveals. The impact Facebook will have on the cross platform service remains uncertain.
Windows Phone users rejoice as the popular messaging app, Whatsapp, has just received a rather important update which brings new settings, including orientation lock and customizable text size.
The Windows Phone version of WhatsApp is rolling out a new version that adds voice messaging features to the app, and this feature is being added in all of the versions of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp, the popular messaging app, has finally received a long needed update on Windows Phone. The update brings a change of APIs, fixes notifications, and improves battery life.
The Pirate Bay co-founder, Peter Sunde, is launching a "secure and beautiful" messaging app, focusing on user privacy, knocking rivals like WhatsApp and MessageMe for maximising profit over privacy.
It's quite well known that the popular messaging service Whatsapp is far from secure. And now you can add another issue to that list of concerns that the company consistently ignores.
WhatsApp is about to receive a fairly major update on Windows Phone. According to some leaked screenshots and a summary of the update, users can expect to see better background performance and more.
Messaging service WhatsApp is now reportedly bigger than Twitter, dealing with over 18 billion messages daily. But is that a fair comparison?
Yesterday, it appeared that the Whatsapp messenger service might be Google's next big acquisition in a potential $1 billion buyout. Today, it's nothing more than fantasy talk and denial.
Rumours are flying around that Google is in talks to purchase WhatsApp, expanding their services into the mobile messaging space, and to further develop their rumoured Google Babble service.
WhatsApp's developers have indicated that they do not plan to support BlackBerry 10. One good thing for BB10 buyers is that they don't completely rule out a return with their wording.
WhatsApp was pulled from the Marketplace just over a week ago. Shortly after, rumors hit the web that Whatsapp had been compromised via an Android Sniffing tool which the company denied. But it's back
Thanks to a Facebook tip off, we have noticed that the popular Whatsapp Messenger for iPhone can be downloaded for free right now, we aren't sure how long this deal lasts, so grab it while you can.