WhatsApp, the well known instant messaging application possessed by Facebook, is currently conveying around 100 billion messages per day, the company’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said at the quarterly income call Thursday.
For some point of view, clients exchanged 100 billion messages on WhatsApp last New Year’s Eve. That is the day when WhatsApp tops its commitment figures, and the same number of you may recall, additionally when the administration generally endured glitches in the previous years.
Now, WhatsApp is simply contending with itself. Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp together were utilized to exchange 60 billion messages per day starting at mid 2016.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in May that iMessage and FaceTime were seeing record use, yet didn’t share explicit figures. The last time Apple shared the figure, it was a long ways behind WhatsApp’s then utilization (podcast). WeChat, which has additionally amassed more than 1 billion clients, is behind in day by day volume of messages, as well.
In mid 2014, WhatsApp was being utilized to trade around 50 billion messages every day, its then CEO Jan Koum uncovered at a function.
At that point, WhatsApp had less than 500 million clients. WhatsApp currently has in excess of 2 billion clients and at any rate in India, its biggest market by clients, its prevalence outperforms those of each other cell phone application including the enormous blue application.
“This year we’ve all relied on messaging more than ever to keep up with our loved ones and get business done,” tweeted Will Cathcart, head of WhatsApp.
Sadly, that is all the update the organization shared on WhatsApp today. Secret proceeds for when WhatsApp hopes to continue its installments administration in Brazil, and when it intends to dispatch its installments in India, where it started testing the administration in 2018. (It has just mutual enormous plans around financial administrations in India, however.)
“We are proud that WhatsApp is able to deliver roughly 100B messages every day and we’re excited about the road ahead,” said Cathcart.
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