The client was created by Whats App Inc., based in Mountain View, California, which was acquired by Facebook in February 2014 for approximately US.3 billion. in September 2007, the duo traveled to South America as a break from work.
Whats App, was incorporated in 2009 by Brian Acton and Jan Koum, both former employees of Yahoo! For the rest of the following years Koum relied on his 0,000 savings from Yahoo! In January 2009, after purchasing an i Phone and realizing that the App Store would soon create an industry of apps, Koum started visiting his friend Alex Fishman in West San Jose where the three would discuss "....
Facebook began moving messages out of the main app last week, but as it turns out, there's a surprisingly simple workaround that allows you to keep chatting without the extra app.
When trying to access messages from within the main Facebook app, you now get an alert saying that messages have moved to the Messenger app, as well as a prompt to download the new app from Apple's App Store or Google Play.
Koum named the app "Whats App" to sound like "what's up".
Good news, Facebook Messenger haters— there's a way to keep your messages in the main app without downloading Messenger.
Not all of Facebook's mobile users have been forced to download Messenger, yet; the company previously confirmed it would take several weeks for the change to roll out to all users.
to other users using standard cellular mobile numbers. It also incorporates a feature called Status, which allows users to upload photos and videos to a 24-hours-lifetime feed that, by default, are visible to all contacts, similar to Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram Stories.
But this doesn’t make any sense now that apps are approved in a matter of hours.
So if you find a bug in your code, you can now release a fix in a day or even less.