Whatsapp and Whatsapp Cloud are no longer free.
The company announced this afternoon that it has discontinued the paid WhatsApp Plus subscription option.
This is a huge blow to WhatsApp users, as they’ve had to rely on WhatsApp’s free option for the past six months.
The reason Whatsapp has changed its stance on paid subscription is because it wants to increase the security of its data.
In 2016, WhatsApp was accused of breaching users’ privacy, as it was reportedly using their WhatsApp credentials for its own private messaging.
The company has been facing some pressure from other tech companies and lawmakers in the United States for its data-gathering practices, which were revealed by The Intercept.
Whatsapp Cloud, which is now part of the free Whatsapp app, allows users to send and receive messages using a different messaging app.
Users can also send and recieve messages directly from the app, without needing to open the app.
The new privacy statement from the company says that if you have not purchased the free app before, you will not be able to receive and send messages through Whatsapp cloud.
This means that if someone were to open your Whatsapp mail, your messages will not receive the messages and you will receive a “badge” for the sender of the message.
The announcement also mentions that the Whatsapp team is working on making a new version of the app for iOS, which would be “designed for the most privacy conscious users.”
This is not the first time WhatsApp has been hit with privacy concerns, as the company faced a backlash from users in 2017 after it started sharing user data with Facebook.
The messaging app was eventually shut down, and a group of users filed a lawsuit against the company for allegedly violating their privacy rights.
Whatsapp is also facing pressure from privacy advocates and lawmakers from the United Kingdom and other countries.