WhatsApp has finally embraced BlackBerry 10.
The app is a cross-platform mobile messaging application that allows users to exchange messages without having to pay SMS fees. The application allows users to exchange messages using the same mobile web connectivity used for checking e-mail and browsing the web. That means there’s no additional cost to stay in touch with friends who use the app. That is assuming you stay within your data limits naturally.
I, on the other hand, prefer my WI-FI connection to keep WhatsApp running. The service however provides a fantastic experience to users. It offers instant push notifications to alert users when a message is received, even if the screen is locked. The app is also fully integrated with BlackBerry Contacts supporting automatic contact scanning to build your contact list and help you start messaging people right away.
The app uses your SIM number to get registered and it takes a minute to sync the contacts it’s list and then there on you can text, send free images, video, audio files across iOS, Android, Windows, Symbian and S40 platforms.
You should also know that there is a bit of a history, WhatsApp was available for BlackBerry and then Brian Acton, the co-founder of WhatsApp or maybe he’s the CEO pull it off this platform for some reason I have failed to understand. But here is the link if you are curious to know more about it.