Whatsapp - Free Text, picture and  video Messaging to anywhere in the world!
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Whatsapp - Free Text, picture and video Messaging to anywhere in the world!

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Found 6th Nov 2011
Unlimited free messaging. Download the and all messaging is free to anyone else who has the app installed. Beauty of it is when you download it automatically checks your contacts and tells you if they have the app. Genius.

I live in swansea and regularly text family back in ireland which costs 25p/text and no picture messages or video. This is great an will save me a fortune

It also has the ability to Group Chat (self explanatory!)

WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows you to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS. WhatsApp Messenger is available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and Nokia and yes, those phones can all message each other! Because WhatsApp Messenger uses the same internet data plan that you use for email and web browsing, there is no cost to message and stay in touch with your friends.

In addition to basic messaging iPhone, Android, Nokia and BlackBerry WhatsApp Messenger users can send each other unlimited images, video and audio media messages.

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Isn't this the thing you have to subscribe with later? If so LiveProfile is a better option.

anewman

Isn't this the thing you have to subscribe with later? If so LiveProfile … Isn't this the thing you have to subscribe with later? If so LiveProfile is a better option.



Yes, its one year free then i think £2.99 a year afterwards

i have mine longer than a year and have not paid anything

I've had it for over 2 years & never had to subscribe or pay anyrhing after getting it free (oniphone)
I think it's agreat App

I was surprised when I saw this voted cold.

I wanted to send pictures to someone and 02 told me that it is 25p for each MMS message, as they are not included in my contract. Whatsapp was a free download from the android marketplace (I think apple users have to pay?) and it has allowed me to send messages and video to people worldwide on android, apple and blackberry systems. There is a cap on the video size though. I cant remember I think it was around 10 or 20 MB. It also shows you when the other person is typing which is useful.

My only gripes were that is not available on Win 7 phones, which is microsofts fault and the fact that there is no sort of selective online feature like in skype, so when you log in you see everyone and everyone sees you which can be problematic when you only want to chat with a particular person.

All in all a good app!

I have a blackberry and have used Whatsapp for a long time, never had to subscribe or pay for it and means I can use BBM for my blackberry friends and Whatsapp for Iphone etc!

It's showing 69p On iTunes
Edited by: "greenfizz" 7th Nov 2011

On Android its 99p after free use of one year, its a superb app. use it so chat with several friends who aren't on the same platform and free texts too.

fiftyg

I was surprised when I saw this voted cold. I wanted to send pictures to … I was surprised when I saw this voted cold. I wanted to send pictures to someone and 02 told me that it is 25p for each MMS message, as they are not included in my contract. Whatsapp was a free download from the android marketplace (I think apple users have to pay?) and it has allowed me to send messages and video to people worldwide on android, apple and blackberry systems. There is a cap on the video size though. I cant remember I think it was around 10 or 20 MB. It also shows you when the other person is typing which is useful.My only gripes were that is not available on Win 7 phones, which is microsofts fault and the fact that there is no sort of selective online feature like in skype, so when you log in you see everyone and everyone sees you which can be problematic when you only want to chat with a particular person. All in all a good app!



I don't see a point in having this app at all. If the sender and receiver both have this app installed which implies they both are connected to the internet on their mobiles, there are emails to send texts and videos and much more, why this silly app??

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pavan4fun

I don't see a point in having this app at all. If the sender and … I don't see a point in having this app at all. If the sender and receiver both have this app installed which implies they both are connected to the internet on their mobiles, there are emails to send texts and videos and much more, why this silly app??



you right in a way... but I would rather chat/txt with my sis back in malaysia rather than waiting for her to read the email. So, whatsapp is the best option for that to connect me (I used a BB) and my sis (she has an IPhone).and when I went shopping her, I could send a quick pix for her to choose what she wants. just like MMS+SMS... and it saved me a bundle. When it comes to email, I usually delays reading/replying to it. And sometime I didn't even check my email until, I'm actually in front of a pc. But sure if you prefer email pavan4fun, than email for you then....

but its not free to send if they have to use internet? How is it free?

This is FREE and it works on Windows 7.5 (Mango) I have been using it for a few weeks now & downloaded free from the marketplace
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