Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram and Microsoft are just a few of the companies that have launched apps to let users access Whatsapp free of charge, the company said on Tuesday.
The apps include Whatsapp for Android and Whatsapp Pro for iOS, which allow users to access the social networking platform without a subscription.
Users of these apps can also access the platform through their smartphones and tablets, which means they can access it at no cost.
Users can download the Whatsapp app from the Apple App Store for free.
Users of the Google Play store can also download the app, but it will cost $1.99 to download.
Other services are also available to use for free:Google Hangouts for Android, Facebook Messenger for iOS and Instagram Messenger for Android all have free versions.
Apple has also recently launched Whatsapp Messenger Free for free for the iPhone.
Microsoft’s Skype for Android allows users to view live video from Skype in a live video chat.
Apple’s Skype and Apple Pay for iOS both offer an optional payment option for users to pay for their service at a time.