WhatsApp is a cross-platform application that allows us to exchange messages, audio and video without the cost. Since this app will connect to the Internet data. Perhaps a chat application WhatsApp is second favorite after the Blackberry Messenger. This chat application provides an interface that is more compact than other instant messenger applications.
WhatsApp is able to run well on a Smartphone iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone and Symbian. WhatsApp will be automatically integrated with contacts and using the telephone number to be connected to other WhatsApp users. Some of the features it offers, among others, send messages, pictures, videos, and audio files with ease and lightning. Users can embed the avatar and status in the profile column. In addition, users can also create groups to more easily converse with many people at once.
To get this app, you can go to the official website whatsapp.com. Or also can download it at the store application that is installed on your Smartphone, such as the Play Store on Android phones, the Apple Store on iOS, Nokia Store, Windows mobile phone, and also use the BlackBerry Market for the Blackberry Smartphone. If you have entered into the respective app stores please type “WhatsApp” in the search field, then tap Install and follow the instructions hereinafter.
If it is installed in the phone, the next is to register your phone number by opening the application. Enter your phone number in the column that has been provided, WhatsApp will then verify and read contact / see a number that has been registered in the previous WhatsApp.
To start a conversation with other people simply tap the name shown on your WhatsApp contacts. Typing the message and select send, If you see a sign resembling a clock means that the message is still pending / delayed. Checkmark / single checklist means the message is received the server and double-indicator checklist indicates the message has been received other whatsapp users.