Our lives revolve around these hashtags and we all want to know what is happening around the world and what our friends are doing about what is happening in their life. We connect with our friends and family through Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp. There are several tweets on Twitter on various topics and developments around the world. Twitter was a place to raise awareness and share views on political and social issues.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are the three most used social media platforms in the world. Their reach is increasing in almost all countries and they are available in their home countries so that people in those countries can easily access services.
Facebook and Instagram are social sharing platforms for sharing and posting images and videos that allow you to send and receive messages, while Whataspp is widely used for messaging purposes and is the world’s most widely used messaging and shipping app. News from around the world makes it easy. WhatsApp also allows us to create videos and voices with people from our WhatsApp contact list, which makes it a very useful application.
With WhatsApp we can publish a status very similar to Facebook and Instagram stories that are only valid for 24 hours. What if we had a WhatsApp application to save the short status of whatsapp?
Whatsapp is a free cross-messaging platform founded by Brian Acton and Jam Koum, who were former Yahoo employees after they left Yahoo in September 2007. Some were removed and applied on Facebook and were rejected.
When Brian Ann Jim bought an iPhone in 2009, they found that app development on the App Store is a bit of a stretch. They then discussed the idea of a messaging app with the help of Alex Fishman and after a while they found a Russian developer who developed the messaging app.