Whatsapp, the mobile app that lets you share your life, will become the default messaging app in the UK on September 15, 2018.
Whatsapp has long been known for being a messaging app but in recent years has grown into a global business that now has over 5 million users and employs more than 500,000 people.
The app will become an official messenger app in all major cities and it will also be available in all 50 states, Canada and Mexico.
The move follows the announcement last year that Whatsapp had become the official messaging app for the Olympics in 2020.
WhatsApp has already been a global leader in the messaging app space, with more than 4 million active users across the world.
In recent years, the company has continued to innovate and become one of the most popular apps on the app store with more people than Facebook and Twitter combined.
What Whatsapp is not is a messaging service like Skype, Snapchat or Telegram.
The app doesn’t have an API to send messages or other features that allow users to share messages.
Whatsapp instead offers a user-to-user (M2M) messaging service where users can send messages to one another on a M2M basis, according to the company.
Users can share photos, videos and other content between M2Ms.
Users can also create groups, create groups that are locked to one M2Me, and group messages with other members.
Whisper is an application that lets users send messages using their smartphones or tablets.
Users send their messages to others via their smartphones, which are then stored in their smartphones.
Whatsapps apps lets users set up groups, groups that can be unlocked and groups that cannot be unlocked.
Whispersync is a popular messaging service that is currently available in the US and Canada, but it is also being expanded to other markets in the coming months.
The company has said it is going to release more apps in the future.