The famous mobile messenger service WhatsApp’s claims that its users base in India has grown up to 70 million active users. fascinatingly, this represent 10th of its global users.
This disclosure was made by Neeraj Arora, VP of the company while tending to the fifth yearly INK Conference in Mumbai. He said, “We have 70 million active users here who use the application at least once a month”.
Whatsapp, was gobbled up by Facebook for an incredible $19 billion. It rivals any semblance of BBM, Line, Hike, Viber among others.
WhatsApp was relied upon to releasing voice calling facility in the second quarter of this current year, yet the same has now been deferred till 2015.
The company has shared that it has a few specialized issues to overcome before it can effectively dispatch consistent voice calling feature in WhatsApp.
In August 2014, WhatsApp had announced that it had crossed 600 million monthly active users. Prior in the year, the company had additionally announced its plans to build its users base to 1 Billion.
While discussion at Re’s/Code/ Mobile meeting, WhatsApp CEO, Jan Koum specified that the company has no idea to charge the users of the application in the coming days. It will be relying upon Facebook’s budgetary support to extend further more.