WhatsApp, the messaging platform owned by Meta, has introduced a new screen-sharing feature aimed at enhancing its video calling capabilities. The addition puts WhatsApp in competition with established video conferencing apps like Microsoft Meet, Google Meet, Zoom, and Apple's FaceTime.
Twitter, the popular microblogging platform, threatened Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, with a lawsuit a few hours after the launch of Threads - an app many believe to be Meta's replacement for Twitter.
Threads, Instagram's text-based conversation app, is expected to be released on Thursday and will allow users to follow the accounts they follow on the photo-sharing platform and keep the same username, a listing on Apple's App Store showed.
WhatsApp Business, owned by Meta, has recently rolled out an update aimed at enhancing business outreach and facilitating seamless communication with customers. The application has introduced features that make it simpler for business owners to connect with their clientele on Facebook and Instagram.
Users can now silence incoming calls of unknown numbers on WhatsApp, as per a new feature recently added to the popular social messaging app.
WhatsApp has recently released a new feature that will let users edit sent messages, with a time limit of fifteen minutes since the message was sent.
WhatsApp has recently released one of their most awaited features yet, the option to use the app on four phones at once.
The US Supreme Court on Monday let Meta Platforms Inc's WhatsApp pursue a lawsuit accusing Israel's NSO Group of exploiting a bug in the WhatsApp messaging app to install spy software allowing the surveillance of 1,400 people, including journalists, human rights activists and dissidents.