WhatsApp is a cross-platform messaging app that allows users to communicate over Internet data or Wi-Fi without having to pay for SMS. This is a great option if you have many contacts internationally whom you would like to text. Because messages are sent over Internet servers, they are not subject to additional charges based on their location. This article will explain how to text using WhatsApp.
- WhatsApp does not sell advertising so users have a clean messaging experience, but that means that they charge a small fee for using the app. iPhone users pay $1.99 to download the app, while other phones can download the app and enjoy a one-year trial for free. After that, there is a $0.99 subscription fee for using WhatsApp.
Launch the app from your smartphone. Follow the onscreen prompts to create a WhatsApp account that will be linked to your phone number. Allow WhatsApp to sync with your Contacts to message people you know with ease.
Start a chat, which is the equivalent of a text message. View your contacts and tap on their name to start a chat.
Type your message and send, the check mark on your message means your message has been sent.