WhatsApp is owned by Meta Platforms, which is the parent company of other popular apps like Facebook and Instagram. WhatsApp has an active user base of over 2 billion. It is a free-to-use messenger app that consumes very little data to make messaging easier.
WhatsApp lets its users synchronize their chats and conversations on their home desktop so that they can send and receive messages directly from the Web or desktop application.
All the messages and calls that are made are end-to-end encrypted which prevents anyone other than the participants from seeing the contents of the message. Even WhatsApp cannot read messages or conversations.
WhatsApp lets its users send and receive pictures, videos, documents, spreadsheets, PDFs, and other documents up to 100 MB in size. You can also use WhatsApp to record and send voice notes.
WhatsApp allows its users to create groups in which up to 256 people can be added in a single conversation. It is a handy feature for businesses, groups, and teams who can use WhatsApp Groups for various work-related purposes. Users can name their group, customize group notifications and do more.