WhatsApp is the instant messaging app that you simply can’t live without nowadays. The idea is simple. If your friends are using it, your teacher sends messages to the group through it, and your co-workers are gossiping by using it, it’s obvious that you also have to use WhatsApp yourself.
Meta’s instant messaging app has brought the option to set all chats to disappear by default, according to Mark Zuckerberg himself. Users can now set messages from a chat to be automatically deleted after a certain period of time, which they can choose, ends.
Not all messages must be around forever
You know what they say that nothing lasts forever. Even WhatsApp has its limits, although it may sound incredible.
Starting today, December 6, WhatsApp has the new option to allow the user to set chats to disappear by default.
WhatsApp gets constantly updated by the developers, and who knows what other exciting features or total failures they will bring next.
The parent company Facebook recently changed its name to Meta. While the move sounds useless at first, it’s actually part of a plan to implement the metaverse to the world. The metaverse refers to a digital environment based on virtual and augmented reality. People might become dependent on such virtual worlds, similar to how they’re now addicted to smartphones.
If, for some reason, you’re still not using WhatsApp, maybe the software’s description from Google Play will convince you otherwise:
WhatsApp from Facebook is a FREE messaging and video calling app. It’s used by over 2B people in more than 180 countries. It’s simple, reliable, and private, so you can easily keep in touch with your friends and family. WhatsApp works across mobile and desktop even on slow connections, with no subscription fees*.
WhatsApp currently counts more than 2 billion users across the world.