WhatsApp is launching a new feature that will let you send a simple text message with a single tap of your smartphone.
The feature will be available to users in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, and Japan, according to a new update posted by the app today.
This means that users in Europe, Latin America, and Africa will be able to sign up for the service in a matter of minutes.
Users can now send text messages using the WhatsApp messaging app.
This new feature will allow users to send messages to anyone who is using the app in their region, which means the feature will work across mobile, desktop, and connected TV devices.
Users will also be able send messages from within Whatsapp’s Messenger app on a smartphone, which is the most popular way to interact with other people on WhatsApp.
It is also the most widely used messaging app, with nearly 70 million monthly active users in more than 170 countries.
WhatsApp is also planning to add more social features, including sharing, in the coming months.
For now, WhatsApp users will be limited to sending messages to just three people per message, with the feature set to be expanded in the future.
WhatsApp has been working to add social features for more than a year.
This is the latest of many improvements that have been coming to the service over the past year, and will help the company grow in the face of the ever-increasing volume of people who are looking to communicate in a more private manner with friends and family.