Islamabad: The popular messaging website WhatsApp has set another milestone and the number of users using it worldwide has reached two billion.
According to the WhatsApp Administration’s announcement, in 2018 the number of users using social networking websites was one billion. In 2016, the number of users using the WhatsApp worldwide was one billion.
According to a report, the company and social networking website Facebook, which runs WhatsApp, has a subscriber base of 1.25 billion users, while the number of other platforms on the same company, Instagram, is one billion.
The Whatsapp administration says that despite the pressure from various governments, the process of keeping information exchanges between consumers is not being abolished.
Different governments say it is difficult to detect when terrorists and other criminals use the messaging app for various abuses and make it difficult to detect because people do not have access to read messages. ۔
WhatsApp CEO Will Keith Kart says the company has no intention of disabling customer encryption on its services
He says that throughout human history, people have been able to communicate privately with each other and we do not think this should end in modern society.
However, Will Keith says the WhatsApp’s aggregate data can be shared if a larger investigation is needed. He said the WhatsApp will work with Facebook users to mutually connect messaging. Read more:
On February 2, 2020, the well-known messaging application WhatsApp stopped running on the mobile phones of millions of Android and iPhone users around the world.
According to the WhatsApp administration, WhatsApp will no longer work for users who were using Apple iOS 8 and Android 2.3.7 Ginger brear or older.
The company said the move was taken to protect consumer security.
The whats app management announced that any user who is using these old phones can no longer create a new account or restore existing account because mobile phone makers have added features for such phones. Creating stopped
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