Best iPhone, iPad, & Apple TV game controllersJust past year, we shared that one billion people around the world use WhatsApp every month. The apps sees over 55 billion messages being shared every day, of which over 1 billion are video messages alone, and over 4.5 billion messages are just photos.
The numbers have increased since past year, where the company had reported that the service has about 1 billion active monthly users.
WhatsApp has over 200 million users in India, and given the popularity of the app, it will likely continue to grow in the market.
We checked with them, and Whatsapp has declined to disclose its monthly and daily active users for India.
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Facebook is apparently winning the race in the instant messaging platform, even though it's lifting the features from its counterpart Snapchat. The Facebook owned company has announced that it now has 1 billion daily active users on its service.
Most of us locally probably use WhatsApp as our main chat application since most of our friends and family are using it and the bundles that the mobile operators provide. Nevertheless, it won't be a disappointment for WhatsApp users, though. In contrast, Snapchat only has 166 million users, which doesn't come anywhere close to either Facebook or WhatsApp or Instagram's numbers.
WhatsApp for iOS will soon allow users to watch YouTube videos directly within the app.
Other than that, rumors have it, the Android version of WhatsApp is likely to introduce yet another interesting feature.
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