Have you used WhatsApp already, and just how many messages do you send back and forth each day on this particular app? Well, it is interesting to note that WhatsApp has already actively supported the Windows Phone version of the app, where the most recent update of the app has appeared a mere three days after the last minor update, which would see the version number get bumped up to 2.11.350.0. In that particular update, it would also see the introduction of the Hindi language as well as its fair share of bug fixes. With version 2.11.356, it would also intend to resolve an unnamed issue with the reception of Broadcast Messages.
Broadcast Messages happens to be a feature of WhatsApp which would allow you to send a message to numerous contacts simultaneously, without having them figure out who the other recipients are. Other than that, the app will also feature support of Broadcast Lists, which allows you to preserve a saved list of contacts to whom you regularly broadcast messages. WhatsApp is cheap enough, where it will feature a free year-long trial period, where you can then choose to extend your subscription by forking out a mere $0.99 each year. You cannot, however, uninstall and reinstall it t get another year’s worth of subscription. [Whatsapp Page]