Whatsapp, the messaging app for iOS, is now open to everyone, with everyone being able to download and use the app.
Users can sign up for a free account and start using Whatsapp on their phones and tablets.
They can also sign up to be a beta tester, meaning they will receive the latest version of the app, as well as receive notifications and other features before it becomes available.
Whatsapp is available for free for everyone, including users in the US and Canada, and is also available on the Android and iOS App Store.
The app has been available in the United States for a few months.
The app has become an essential part of life for millions of people, especially young people and people with limited social connections, including those who do not have internet access.
But Whatsapp is also a controversial app.
While it is open to anyone, many are worried about the security of their information.
In the past, Whatsapp has faced backlash from users who said the app is an easy target for hackers.
Last year, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) banned its use for money laundering and anti-competitive practices.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said in 2016 that it had decided to ban the app due to concerns about the app’s “unfair and deceptive” business practices.
This week, the FCC said that it was taking a “more holistic approach” to Whatsapp and would not be able to regulate it in the same way that it would regulate apps like Facebook, Google, Netflix and Instagram.
The FTC also said that the company’s mobile payments platform, WhatsApp, was a possible source of a large number of users’ data, and that there was a risk of privacy invasion from a user’s private information being shared with third parties, including a company like Facebook or Instagram.