WhatsApp is a well-known messaging app available across multiple platforms, including Android. Through this service, you can send messages and even make phone calls to your friends and family members. That said, you can only use the functions of this application as long as you have an active internet connection. It works through Wi-Fi, 5G, 4G, 2G, and EDGE. If you switch from your regular SMS app to WhatsApp, you can send and receive photos, calls, videos, documents, text messages, and even Voice messages.
All you need is access to the internet. The user interface brings a very intuitive design that suits all kinds of users. With just a few swipes, you can switch between the main sections of the layout. The Calls section gives you access to your calls, and the Chats section lets you access and manage your chats with other people. You can see a list of people that you can contact through WhatsApp just by accessing the Contacts section.
Every phone number found in your phone book will show up here as long as they also have this application installed. Plus, you can use the search feature to look through your conversations more quickly. It also brings support for creating group chats to stay in touch and better organize with your loved ones. Besides being allowed to share photos, videos, and documents, this service also allows you to set custom wallpapers to make the layout fancier.
Plus, you can share your location with family and friends, configure custom notification sounds, send messages to multiple contacts at the same time, exchange contact data, and more. Even if your phone is off or offline, the app will store your recent messages, and you can see them the next time you access the interface. If someone bothers you through this platform, you can quickly block that specific number inside the Settings window. A blocked contact won't be able to send you new messages, status updates, or phone calls.