WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging services available at the moment, with dedicated apps for all major platforms including iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone and Nokia devices. The application gives users the ability to send/receive messages, images, video clips, audio files and more over mobile data or WiFi.
Recently, the folks at WhatsApp pushed an update for the Windows Phone platform, bringing some much needed features to the application, including the ability to send saved videos and multiple images to the recipients. These features were being tested in the recent beta build of the application, and are now available for the stable version as well.
The latest update allows users to attach up to ten images and send them, along with the ability to send existing videos. WhatsApp for Windows Phone also give users the ability to change your phone number as well as migrate your information to a new number. Additionally, you can also save received video clips so that you can watch them later.
The application is available as a free download from the Windows Phone Store. However, there’s a catch: it’s only free for the first year, after which you must pay $0.99 a year if you want to use the application further, which is nothing compared to the service it offers.
Source: WinBetaFiled Under: Mobile Phone News