On the occasion of New Year, people gave each other gifts and congratulations. You know what happened on WhatsApp for Happy New Year? 100 billion!
On the occasion of New Year, people gave each other gifts and congratulations. You know what happened on WhatsApp for Happy New Year? 100 billion! Yes, 100 billion WhatsApp messages were exchanged all over the world from 31 December to 1 January.
Never before had such a large number of WhatsApp messages been exchanged, so this data has become a record. Let us tell you that more than 400 million people in India use WhatsApp.
By the way, people must have used more platforms. In addition to WhatsApp, people use social media apps including Facebook, Instagram, Telegram and many other types of greeting. But this year, the record WhatsApp has made on the new year is really astonishing.
According to the figures which have come out, 20 billion messages were exchanged only in India. 12 billion images were sent to each other. The company claims that apart from those who have sent the message and to whom it has been sent, the company also cannot read these messages.
You already know that WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the world and crores of people use this app in India too. Apart from text messages, voice calls and video calls are also available. The reason for its popularity is said to be quite simple and user friendly.
WhatsApp will not work in these phones
WhatsApp will no longer work in Windows Phone. WhatsApp has announced to discontinue support in some phones. After December 31, WhatsApp will not run on any Windows Phone, while after February 1, 2020, the support of WhatsApp will also stop in older Android phones. According to the information, WhatsApp had already stopped support in some Windows phones. Currently, this messaging app was running on Windows 8.1 and above, but now WhatsApp will not run on these phones either. WhatsApp has also been removed from Microsoft’s Appstore.