WhatsApp famous as not less than 12 years old. The company just posted a tweet on its official account celebrating its twelfth anniversary and displaying numbers, and all amid controversy over the new usage policies that will take effect on May 15.
WhatsApp birthday girl 12 years old
WhatsApp is probably the most downloaded app in history, a practically essential application precisely because of its popularity. Right now, anyone has WhatsApp installed on their iPhone or Android, and it’s the form of communication most used by everyone.
“Over two billion users turn to WhatsApp every month to send 100 billion messages and connect over one billion calls every day. We are and will continue to be committed to your privacy and end-to-end encryption. Forever and ever. Happy 12 years WhatsApp! “
Over two billion users turn to WhatsApp every month to send 100 billion messages and to connect over one billion calls every day. We are and will continue to be committed to your privacy with end-to-end encryption. Forever and ever. Happy 12 years WhatsApp! pic.twitter.com/a61wqDassg
– WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) February 24, 2021
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WhatsApp is still an unstoppable application
12 years ago things were very different. Just as WhatsApp hits the market, iPhone 3G was the one that dominated the smartphone world, with very few users with any of these devices in their pocket.
WhatsApp, or rather its founders, Jan Koum and Brian Acton, have managed to see a future in communication apps, despite the fact that initially the app was not intended to be a chat between users. The original app that arrived on the App Store it only showed a kind of status in your contacts, so you can tell if they were in a meeting or gone on vacation.
However, a few months after its release, the application has become a messaging application with its version 2.0 and push notifications. At that time, the app was only available on iOS, but soon after it arrived on Blackberry and, in 2010, Android. By growing and being the only cross-platform messaging app, success was almost guaranteed.
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Today 12 years later, and after a sale to Facebook in 2014 which ended with the departure of the founders of the company, WhatsApp continues to grow at an incredible rate, although it’s true that controversy continues to haunt the app since Facebook made the decisions. Now we know that WhatsApp has over 2 billion users assets that send 100,000 million messages per month.
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