One of the most popular messaging mobile applications out there is WhatsApp, this application has over 900 million monthly active users and every day, more people are registering.
With WhatsApp you can keep in touch with your friends and family by sending messages to them or by making voice calls. This application is using the internet connection to send and receive data, which means that you will not pay any extra fees if you call or talk to someone on WhatsApp who lives in another country. However, the application comes with one year trial period and after that you will need to pay a “symbolic” sum of only 0.99 dollars per year to keep using it, which everyone can afford.
The developers of WhatsApp are continuously working on their application and they are releasing new WhatsApp versions for Android everyday. The latest WhatsApp version that they’ve released is 2.12.344, which doesn’t comes with new features, but it fixes some bugs and improves the application’s stability.
WhatsApp 2.12.344 BETA: How To Install On Your Android Device
The WhatsApp 2.12.344 is currently in BETA phase, which means that you will need to manually install it on your Android device. This version will not be found on the Google Play Store, but you will be able to download it from WhatsApp’s official website (whatsapp.com/android).
Once you download the WhatsApp 2.12.344 APK file to your Android device, you will need to enable the feature that allows you to install APK files that have been downloaded from third party sources. This option is found in your device’s Settings->Applications or Settings->Security (it depends on the Android OS version that your device runs on).
After enabling the “Unknown Sources”, you will need to use a file manager application to get to the location where you’ve saved the WhatsApp 2.12.344 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process.