In a recent Reddit AMA, Whatsapp CEO Jan Koum said that his company’s mobile app has now made the jump from the beta to the final product.
In his response, Koum did say that the app will not have an Android version until it’s “completed” in the near future.
That’s pretty good news for users of WhatsApp, who have been waiting to see the first version of the app available on their mobile devices for a while now.
As of now, there is no word as to when the app could finally be available to everyone, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.
We’ve reached out to WhatsApp for further comment, but have yet to hear back.
If the app ever does become available, users will be able to set the volume of their voice call, send and receive messages and read all of their notifications, according to the company’s support page.
With all the apps on the Android platform, there’s no shortage of options for Whatsapp users to customize their experience.
With that in mind, we asked Koum what we can expect to see in the future for the platform.
He explained that, after a few weeks, the app is going to be available for all Android devices, including the iPhone and iPad.
That means, for now, we won’t be able use Whatsapp on those devices.
We also asked Koumin if there would be a “voice command” feature in the app, which he said is “not ready yet.”
We were expecting to see this feature at the time of our interview, but the company has said nothing about it.
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