by August 16, 2013 0 comments

As it announced successfully crossing 30 million active users, mobile messaging app, WhatsApp, now has a voice messaging feature for Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Symbian and Windows Phone. And it’s not going to be like a traditional phone call.

Well, it is push-to-talk voice messaging service, using which one can record a message with a mere push instead of keying in text. Once s/he takes off the finger, the message gets delivered, but the user can always delete the recorded voice by swiping to the left, even while pushing.

The new voice messaging feature, apparently, is a pet project of its founder, Jan Koum, over the past six months.

While the entire message operation is built into a single tap, there is no time limit when recording a message.

The four-year-old app witnesses 11 billion messages being sent and 20 billion being received every day and has more than 20 million active users each in Germany, Mexico, India and Spain.

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