WhatsApp Messenger 2.19.352 Version: You Can now Choose to Be Added in a Group

WhatsApp Messenger is so popular these days that it does not even need a description. It is that free messaging app that’s available for Android and pretty much every smartphone. WhatsApp uses the Internet connection – be it 2G, 3G, 4G or Wi-fi – and you can message or call your friends and family without any problems. You can also switch from WhatsApp to SMS to send or receive calls, photos, messages, documents, videos, or Voice Messages.

WhatsApp features

There are no fees whatsoever. Because it uses your internet connection, you won’t have to pay for every message or call. And there is also no subscription fee to use WhatsApp.

You can send and receive videos, photos, documents, and Voice Messages. All the calls are free with WhatsApp Calling, even if they are in another country. Because the app uses your internet connection, and now your cellular plan, you won’t have to pay if the person you’re texting is in another country.

You also need to keep in mind that you will pay for your data charges and that you cannot access 911 or any other emergency service numbers through WhatsApp. There are no international charges whatsoever, and you can chat with whoever you want from around the globe.

You can enjoy group chats, which means that you can easily stay in touch with your friends or family. You can also use it on WhatsApp Web, and send and receive messages right from your computer’s browser.

There are no usernames or pins or passwords, so you won’t have to worry about that. The app works with your phone number, and it integrates your phone’s existing address book. This means that you’re always logged in, so you won’t miss any messages.

So what’s new in the WhatsApp 2.19.352 version?

You can no control who adds you to groups. For that, go to Settings, to Account, to Privacy, to Groups. They also added call waiting for support, so you can choose to accept an incoming call while you’re already in another call.

Wendy Chang

Wendy Chang

Wendy Chang was a reporter for Bleebot, covering news stories such as emerging technologies and gaming pieces.

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