Since the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has taken over WhatsApp we are accustomed to seeing momentous changes. Scores of people thought Facebook would fall in a similar way to that of MySpace, but thanks to Mark’s quick thinking they’ve always been the company staying ahead of the game. Much of that attitude we are seeing with the handling of everybody’s favorite text messaging app WhatsApp too.
Now with the innovative APK version 2.11.388, users can easily add text messages to the pictures they upload and insert the text conversations. In addition to the new labeling features, there are bug fixes for the software and minor performance upgrades that will make this version better than the last. What’s more, this news is hot off the press and the Google Play Store doesn’t have the official applications updated to the latest version yet. Therefore, you need to visit the official WhatsApp website instead and download the APK file From there. Alternatively, get the file from here.
The community loves using WhatsApp since it runs from the 3G and WiFi network instead of the traditional SMS message. That means when texting your friends the messages are free of any costs. We know other services provide free texting such as Apple’s iMessage app, but many users run into bugs. Since iOS 7 has been rarely updated with fixes, people are waiting for longer times for the solution.
Furthermore, Android changes its default messaging app to Google Hangouts in the KitKat software that runs on most Android-based smartphones and tablets. Therefore, countless people prefer this app over the default choices from the operating system.
All operators must enable “Unknown Sources” from Settings menu in order to successfully download and install the file. from Settings go to Personal category > Security followed by marking the “Unknown Sources” box.