WhatsApp Download Free

The instant messaging application WhatsApp is more popular than ever before; in September, the company announced that they now have over 900 million active users on WhatsApp. That’s almost 1 billion people! If you aren’t one of those 900 million people, you should get your free WhatsApp download right now. Downloading WhatsApp is free, fast and super easy.


There are several reasons behind WhatsApp’s consistent popularity. Primarily, this application solved a problem that a lot of people were having: using up too much mobile data with other instant messaging applications, and not wanting to shell out a ton of money each month for an unlimited texting plan. WhatsApp made it so that you could send text messages and multimedia messages to anywhere in the world using a wi-fi connection, saving your data and your text message budget. WhatsApp was basically a godsend for people with family living in other countries, since international text messages can be extremely expensive.

There is no limit to the number of messages you can send, even multimedia messages. There is a huge library of emojis to add to your texts, and WhatsApp has even added a free voice calling feature, so you can stay in touch with your loved ones however you want.

So, are you ready to get your free download of WhatsApp? Let’s get started.

Free WhatsApp Download for Android

For Android users, you can download WhatsApp for free just like any other application by going to the Google Play Store and searching for “WhatsApp”. It’s also listed under several “top apps” categories. Tap on the search result for WhatsApp to go to the app detail page, where you can get more information and install it for free.

While you’re in the Play Store, you can also download a free package of official WhatsApp wallpapers to customize your chats in the app.

If for some reason you don’t have access to Google Play Store, you can download the WhatsApp APK file for free from the internet, but you’ll have to change your Android security settings first to allow installation from unknown sources.

After installing the application, tap on the WhatsApp icon to open it and set up your account. You’ll have to enter your mobile number and wait for WhatsApp to verify it by SMS or by calling with a verification code. After that, it’s just a matter of entering your name so that your contacts know who you are, and choosing a profile photo (optional).

Free WhatsApp Download for iPhone

If you have an iPhone, you can get your free WhatsApp download from the iTunes App Store and install it just like any other app. You can access the App Store from your computer and then send it to your phone, or install it directly onto your iPhone. For the time being, there is no official or surefire way to install WhatsApp on an iPad because the app requires a mobile number to link to your account. You can find workarounds for this online but none of them are guaranteed.

Once you’ve installed WhatsApp to your iPhone, you’ll have to launch the app and set up your account before you can start messaging. WhatsApp will ask you for your mobile number and send your phone a text message to verify the number or call you with a verification code. After your number is verified, you’ll need to enter your name for your contacts to see and add an optional profile photo.

Free WhatsApp Download for PC

One of the cool new developments from WhatsApp is a version for PC. It’s free to download just like the mobile apps, but there is one catch: it requires that you already have WhatsApp on your phone. Your WhatsApp account is linked to your mobile phone number, and since your computer doesn’t have a phone number, it can’t have its own independent account. WhatsApp for PC, officially called “WhatsApp Web” syncs with the version you have on your phone so that you can access your messages on your laptop or desktop computer.

To install the free WhatsApp Web for PC, go to web.whatsapp.com. You’ll see a QR code that you will have to scan with a special code reader found in your phone’s WhatsApp settings.


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