One of the most popular applications on mobile devices is WhatsApp. This application has over 1 billion monthly active users, which allows them to send/receive messages, document files, photos and more. Until few months ago, the WhatsApp application had a 0.99 dollars yearly fee, but it seems that the developers have decided to completely remove it.
In other words, you can now use the WhatsApp application for free and the only thing that you will need to worry about is the internet connection, as the application needs to connect to the internet in order to send and receive messages. Unfortunately, the Voice Calling feature was not released for Nokia Symbian devices and we’re pretty sure that it will never be added, as the developers have announced that before the end of 2016 they will stop supporting Nokia Symbian devices.
However, since there are still a good amount of months until the 2016 year ends, the developers of WhatsApp have released the version 2.16.38 of the application for Nokia Symbian devices. The new WhatsApp 2.16.38 for Nokia Symbian devices don’t come with any new features, but it fixes some of the bugs and issues that were found on the previous version of the application. In addition, the application’s stability has been improved, which means that WhatsApp will not crash as often as before.
WhatsApp 2.16.38: How To Install On Your Nokia Symbian Device
The WhatsApp 2.16.38 is currently in BETA phase, which means that you will be able to download the installation file only from the internet. The safest place from where you can download the WhatsApp 2.16.38 .sis file is whatsapp.com/nokia (the official WhatsApp website). Once you have saved the .sis file to your device, you will need to run it in order to start the installation process of the latest WhatsApp BETA version for your Nokia Symbian handset.
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