🦋 AERO WHATSAPP FEATURES [YOWA BASED] 🦋
Brand new and cool UI like WAMOD. Theme Store: 3000+ themes in Aero Themes store. Go to “Aero Mods >> Aero Themes >> Unofficial Aero Themes” to find new themes. It lets you know who visited your WhatsApp profile. Prevent messages from being deleted (Anti Revoke). Customization: fonts, bubble styles, teak styles, and other mods. Emojis: WhatsApp Emojis, Facebook Emojis, Emoji One V3, Latest Android Emojis and more. Hide Media: You can hide all images, videos, and GIF from your gallery and only view them inside WhatsApp. All other features that are available in Fouad Mods
Explainer: What is WhatsApp?’
What is WhatsApp
WhatsApp is free to download messenger app for smartphones. WhatsApp uses the internet to send messages, images, audio or video. The service is very similar to text messaging services, however, because WhatsApp uses the internet to send messages, the cost of using WhatsApp is significantly less than texting. You can also use Whatsapp on your desktop, simply go to the Whatsapp website and download it to Mac or Windows. It is popular with teenagers because of features like group chatting, voice messages and location sharing.
UPDATE: Under the new E.U General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Ireland has now set the Digital Age of Consent to 16 years old. This is the age at which children can legally consent to companies/organisations processing their personal/data or information for example when you sign up to an online platform or social media account. For children under the age of 16 consent must be give/authorised by the parent of guardian of the child.
Growth of WhatsApp
WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, now has 1 billion users worldwide and is the biggest online messenger app on the market. Founded in 2009 by ex-Yahoo employees it started as a small startup and swelled to 250,000 users in just a few months, growing so fast that they had to add a charge for using the service per year to slow the subscription rate down. In 2014, WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook and has seen continued growth, reaching the 1 billion mark in July 2017.
It is popular with teenagers because of features like group chatting, voice messages and location sharing.
To use WhatsApp you need a compatible smartphone or tablet with a sim card, an internet connection, and a phone number. The app uses your phone number as its username, and your account is locked to the phone, although you can transfer your contacts over to new devices. Whatsapp is free to use in Ireland. However, if abroad, the Whatsapp website states: