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According to a Tech Crunch article, Zuckerberg's vision for was as follows: "The idea, he said, is to develop a group of basic internet services that would be free of charge to use – 'a 911 for the internet.' These could be a social networking service like Facebook, a messaging service, maybe search and other things like weather.Providing a bundle of these free of charge to users will work like a gateway drug of sorts – users who may be able to afford data services and phones these days just don’t see the point of why they would pay for those data services.The application runs from a mobile device though it is also accessible from desktop computers; the service uses standard cellular mobile numbers.Originally users could only communicate with other users individually or in groups of individual users, but in September 2017 Whats App announced a forthcoming business platform which will enable companies to provide customer service to users at scale. in September 2007, the duo traveled to South America to take a break from work.Fishman found a Russian developer on Rent ACoder.com, Igor Solomennikov, and introduced him to Koum.Koum named the app "Whats App" to sound like "what's up".
Whats App 2.0 was released with a messaging component and the number of active users suddenly increased to 250,000.The Whats App user's handset must still be connected to the Internet for the browser application to function.All major desktop browsers are supported except for Microsoft Internet Explorer.On February 26, 2016, Whats App announced they would cease support for Black Berry (including Black Berry 10), Series 40 and Symbian S60, as well as older versions of Android (2.2), Windows Phone (7.0) and i OS (6), by the end of 2016.Whats App was officially made available for PCs through a web client, under the name Whats App Web, in late January 2015 through an announcement made by Koum on his Facebook page: "Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device—this means all of your messages still live on your phone".
Acton was still unemployed and managing another startup, and he decided to join the company.