WhatsApp: Update 2.12.264 Beta for Windows Phone, 1B users, 256 members in a Group

WhatsApp currently runs on several platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows, BlackBerry, Symbian and the Nokia Asha device. Currently, users continue to use the app for free and without ads as promised by the company.

Recently WhatsApp reached 1B user world wide with 42 billion messages exchanged daily. That’s nearly one in seven people on Earth who use WhatsApp each month to stay in touch with their loved ones, their friends and their family. And they rolled out an update for all platform. WhatsApp has now updated its app to support more than 100 members within a group. The app now allows for up to 256 members to be added to a WhatsApp group.

And also WhatsApp Update 2.12.264 Beta for Windows Phone Brings Improved Notifications and More Improvements.

In general, this update gives the keyboard a look much more suited for Windows 10 Mobile. However, as with all beta software, there are known issues. The process of selecting emojis takes a bit long and requires patience as they load. The popular messaging app said on its blog that they are contemplating on venturing in a B2C style of marketing.


The toast and Action Centre message is now also a lot more expansive, and users will most likely be able to read the whole message if its between than 3-4 lines. The Live Tile has also been improved and has been enchanced, and will now not only indicate missed messages, but offer a brief preview on the other side. Lastly the Info page has also seen some minor restyling. At the same time, you will notice that the info page has been slightly restyled.

It is time for the owners of the smartphones that run on Windows Phone OS to check this latest WhatsApp BETA version.

Ivory Soda

'Ello there!, I do WordPress stuff, in love with Windows 10 & Lumia (Yes! Still Lumia). I also write about Microsoft & Technology for various publications.

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