Neither Facebook nor Instagram, the popularity of WhatsApp left everyone behind, one trillion messages are sent daily on WhatsApp.
The number of WhatsApp users worldwide has also exceeded two billion.
WhatsApp’s crossing of a new milestone in the world of messaging also gives the impression that Facebook’s proprietary application has literally ended the era of SMS.
A few days ago, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said that users send hundreds of billions of messages a day on WhatsApp.
It is a bit difficult to give a final figure on how many messages are exchanged on Facebook Messenger on a daily basis.
According to the data released by the company in 2016, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp exchanged a total of 60 billion messages on a daily basis.
Earlier, WhatsApp, a popular messaging application, introduced a new feature that allows users to mute any unnecessary win forever.
This option has recently been added to WhatsApp’s ‘chat settings’, according to a report by a foreign news agency.
Earlier, the duration of any chat mute on WhatsApp was 8 hours, a week or a year, but now users are given the option to mute the chat ‘forever’ instead of one year.
WhatsApp’s new feature is now available in both Android and iOS apps