Getting connected with Whats App

WhatsApp is a cross platform mobile messaging app which allows you to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS. It is available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows phone and Nokia, and all these platform users can message each other. Due to WhatsApp Messenger using the same internet data plan that you use for email and web browsing, there is no cost to message and stay in touch with your friends. Apart from basic messaging, it also allows group messages, audio, video and images to be sent amongst the users.

Installing WhatsApp is very easy for the users of every platform. Here are the steps listed for the users of every platform to install WhatsApp to their Smart phones and enjoy uninterrupted messaging and have fun with communicating with friends.
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1. For iPhone Users

iPhone users need to visit the app store iTunes for installing WhatsApp and then follow this way in your browser:
http://www.apple.com/itunes/charts/paid-apps/and then look for the WhatsApp app and download it.

2. For BlackBerry Users
For downloading WhatsApp, the BlackBerry users have to visit http://appworld.blackberry.com> Top Apps and then download WhatsApp from there.

3. For Android Users
The android users can go to the Play Store and then download the app from the Free Apps category.

4. For Windows Phone Users
The Windows phone users can download the app from the Marketplace for free and can install it for use.

5. For Nokia S40 and Symbian Users
The Nokia S40 and Symbian users can download the app from the Ovi store according to the platform. The S40 platform users need to download the WhatsApp S40 messenger and the Symbian users need to download the simple WhatsApp messenger.

So these are the simple steps which you need to follow in order to download the WhatsApp messenger and enjoy endless talks and file sharing with your friends and family!

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