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WhatsApp Messenger

2.17.235 for Android

The easiest and cheapest way to chat with your friends





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WhatsApp Messenger is the most convenient way of quickly sending messages on your mobile phone to any contact or friend on your contacts list. The only requirement is that the other people must have the app installed on their own device.

Currently, WhatsApp is compatible with just about all mobile operating systems on the market: Android, iOS, Symbian and Windows Phone. So this basically means you’ll be able to use WhatsApp to communicate with any friend, regardless of what model of device they have.

WhatsApp users can send text messages, voice messages, links and images to any other user. Automatic image compression makes transferring files very easy (although there is obviously some quality loss).

One of the most interesting and most used tools on WhatsApp is the one that lets you easily create and manage groups. Any user can enter any group, as long as they’ve been invited by the group’s creator, and they can leave it whenever they want.

WhatsApp is the perfect communication tool for Android users because with it, you can forget about paying for text messages ever again. It’s also important to keep in mind that WhatsApp is fully compatible with WhatsApp PLUS (in so far as sending and receiving messages is concerned).
Beware! A WhatsApp link offering new color themes is a scam

Phishing remains one of the easiest points on entry for malware. In this latest case, a Reddit user has raised the alarm about a fraudulent website called http://шһатѕарр.com/ – note the suspicious characters – that tries to trick WhatsAppers into installing some supposed themes for the chat app, but actually all it does is install scam apps and spams your contacts.
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Don't get tricked! These are the latest scams going around on WhatsApp

This isn't the first time – nor will it be the last – that we've warned y'all about the many scams floating around on WhatsApp. They get recycled every now and then and usually use other people's identities to try to get you to open unreliable sites or click on certain links that install malicious software or subscribe you to services you don't want. The latest scams making the rounds involve a supposedly free year's subscription to Netflix, a way to change the app's colors, and a WhatsApp shutdown due to overloaded servers.
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WhatsApp now lets you pin your chats up top

If you're very active on WhatsApp it's highly likely that conversations with some of your key contacts quickly get buried in your chat tab, where they get organized by date. The latest update to the IM client now has an option to pin up to three chats to the top of your chats list.
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Requires Android 2.1 or above.

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