India sure loves WhatsApp: 14 billion messages sent on New Year’s Eve Read more …

India sure loves WhatsApp: 14 billion messages sent on New Year’s Eve Read more …


India sure loves WhatsApp: 14 billion messages sent on New Year’s Eve Read more Technology News Here –> digitaltechnology… Whether you’re in a fish market in India or in a classroom or on a bus one thing that truly captures the zeitgeist of the country is the constant buzzing “ping! ping! ping!” WhatsApp notifications you hear everywhere. On the last day of 2016 Indians outdid themselves on those notifications. SEE ALSO: Older smartphones get locked out of WhatsApp Indians sent 14 billion messages on New Years Eve using WhatsApp Facebook said Friday adding that this was higher than the previous record the company had in the country. On Oct. 30 the day India celebrated the festival Diwali more than 8 billion messages were exchanged using the service. Read more… More about Whatsapp Facebook Texting India and Tech Source/Original Post -> mashable.com/… #tech #news #trending #leak FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK! www.facebook.com/…



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