Whatsapp: Whatsapp is a most popular social media app used by millions of users all over the world. This is a user-friendly app and easy to send images, videos, gif, etc. quickly. We didn’t want to sign up using our mail id or anything just our mobile number is enough to open an account. It provides so many facilities like updating our current status, forwards the messages to others chat or in our chat box. Creating a group for making conversations etc. Now Whatsapp allows sharing all file types.
200 million users using Whatsapp in India, which is the favorite social platform globally. According to a recent report from Digital News Report 2017, which conducted the research in 30 countries and five continents, it is the most popular app than Facebook. This is very helpful and easy to use.
The recent update of Whatsapp has the facility of share any files, documents on its platforms. Just open the chat window and click on attach to send the document. Facebook owned the company and had the limit to shared the file size to 100MB. This includes swiping up from the in-app camera to see photos and videos from the gallery, sending many pics as an album, and easier text formatting.
Meanwhile, it creates multiple photos into the gallery. When you send five or more photos, it appeared as an album instead of one below another. Then it will display first five pictures as thumbnail images. They updated the facilities for voice and video calls. The bold and italicize for letters also available.
Recently it adds a new feature like GIF support, which shows our expression in an easy way. The photos and videos limitation is extended to 30. The messaging app is reportedly in talks with SBI bank to add bank-to-bank transfers via UPI (Unified Payments Interface).
Stay tuned for more updates.