The popular messaging app WhatsApp has released a new web app for Android that lets you send SMS messages on any Android phone.
The app, dubbed Whatsapp.io, is available on Google Play, but you can also download it for free on iOS or the web.
Whatsapp users can send messages to a contact via the app and then choose the recipient’s mobile number.
If the recipient replies, you get a message to the recipient, and if they reply, you’re forwarded to their email address.
In other words, you can send an SMS to anyone in the world, and the recipient can then reply to it.
The web app is free for one month, and you can get WhatsApp.io for $2.99 from the app store.
This is an Android update, so it’s compatible with most smartphones running Android 4.3 or higher.
Whatsppr also works on iPhone and Android.
We already reviewed Whatsppp, which is similar to Whatsapp’s web app.
The Whatsapp web app also lets you manage your account, and has built-in security features.
You can even see the messages you’ve sent and receive replies from those messages.
The WhatsApp.IO app also comes with a “message board” for discussion, which lets you post, delete and delete again.
We like that, but it’s a little hard to use.
You have to open the app, tap on a post, and then tap on the reply button to get to the reply board.
This works fine for a quick reply, but not when you want to reply to a comment, a video or even an emoji.
When you’re on the internet, you’ll have to download the app.
For most people, this is a better option than having to download and install the Whatsppi app.
Whatsippp.io is available for Android phones from Google Play.