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A new WhatsApp version for Nokia Asha and other devices that run on Symbian S40 has been released, the WhatsApp 2.13.14 is the latest BETA version for the Symbian S40 devices and it can be downloaded from the official WhatsApp website, but we’ll tell you how you can do this, later in this article.

What you should know about this new WhatsApp version is that it doesn’t bring any new features. However, it comes with bug fixes and stability improvements and you will notice that the application will not randomly crash anymore (or at least not as often as before).

The new WhatsApp 2.13.14 comes with over 1520 modified files and 61 new files, which makes us think that the developers will release some new features for this application soon enough.

Unfortunately, the rumors regarding Voice Calling feature being added to the WhatsApp version for Symbian S40 devices haven’t been confirmed by the developers, so we’re not sure if this feature will ever be added to this operating system.

However, if you install the WhatsApp 2.13.14 on your Symbian S40 device, please leave a comment below and tell us more about the latest WhatsApp 2.13.14 (BETA) version for your Nokia Asha device.

Installing The Latest WhatsApp BETA Version On Your Nokia Asha Device

First of all, you should uninstall the current WhatsApp version that you have installed on your Nokia Asha device. After that, you will need to open the browser on your Nokia Asha device and head to Here you will notice a big “Download Now” button on which you will tap in order to start the download of the latest WhatsApp BETA version for your Nokia Asha device. Once the download is complete, start the installation of the latest WhatsApp BETA version for your Nokia Asha device will start.

When the installation is complete, you will need to get verified using your mobile phone number so that you can log into your WhatsApp account.

Have you tested the WhatsApp 2.13.14 on your Nokia Asha device? Tell us your thoughts about the latest WhatsApp BETA version for the Symbian S60 devices!