We take a look at Whatsapp, what the app does, and how popular Whatsapp is around the world, after Facebook dropped $19 billion to acquire it.
Facebook will acquire messaging company WhatsApp for $19 billion, Mark Zuckerberg’s company revealed today in a regulatory file.
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The wildly popular messaging service Whatsapp announced it reached 300 million active users, as well as the rollout of a new push-to-talk feature.
Blackberry Messenger will be making its way to Android this summer, but isn’t it a little too late to bring this aging app to a platform with plenty of decent alternatives?
Speaking today at D: Dive Into Mobile in New York City, CEO Jan Koum broke the news that WhatsApp is now used by over 200 million monthly active users. On an average day, they see 12 billion outbound messages, and 8 billion inbound messages.
A WhatsApp exec told a publication that the company isn’t selling to Google, thus denying recent reports that suggested the Search giant would be paying around $1 billion for the popular messaging app.
A Digital Trends report suggests that Google and Whatsapp have been in talks over the past few weeks to discuss a potential acquisition.