WattsUp Begins Providing A “Status” Feature On The Web Version Of Its Application…




Instant Messaging has launched the status of the Web version of its application, about six months after it first launched its Android and iOS smartphones.

WABetaInfo, which specializes in monitoring the new features within the beta versions of the application, monitored the feature last May, and it appears that Wattsb has now started offering it to users.

The new feature is part of the version 0.2.5854 for the Web version of the Facebook application, owned by Facebook, and in this version users will see a new circular icon next to profile picture in the chat window.

By clicking on the new circular icon, the user will move to a new page with a black background that displays the user’s status, as well as contacts, with the ability to respond to them, just like on smartphones.

Like the “status” feature on phones, users can add images, videos, and GIFs with emoticons and drawing, so all cases automatically disappear after 24 hours.

WattsUp launched the “status” feature last February for Android phones and iOS, as part of its parent company, Facebook, to surpass the Snape Chat service. “Stories” is one of the most important reasons for the company’s success. Among adolescents and young people.

Watsp’s figures show that it has outperformed Snape Chat, as well as the Instagram service with stories. In late July, Facebook reported that the number of Active Status users on Watts reached more than 250 million users, 166 million users at Snap Chat.

The massive popularity of Wattsb’s application is believed to have been the reason for the success. On July 26, the company announced one billion active users a day to service it, and more than 1.3 billion active users a month, sending more than 55 billion messages a day…..

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