WhatsApp For iPhone Removed From Apple’s App Store – TechTheBest

Posted In Latest Technology News, Social Media - By Jay Thadeshwar On Saturday, January 14th, 2012 With 1 Comment

WhatsApp For iPhone Removed From Apple’s App Store

WhatsApp has been removed from the App Store, is the news that, surprisingly, we learned just a few minutes via a tweet posted on the official account of the company:

Here is what WhatsApp twits -

Sorry, WhatsApp is temporarily unavailable on iTunes. We Submitted a new version and are Awaiting Approval and publication by Apple

The reasons are not clear , in fact completely unknown. One can speculate security issues, some backdoor to know, but that Apple has discovered.

And that’s exactly what I’ve always been more concerned with WhatsApp: how little we know about how the application works, where are our messages, whether or not these are stored on their servers, if history or not, either know much about the company itself. The page describing the company just says it was founded by two people (names omitted) who previously worked at Yahoo!.

Even so is the network of mobile instant messaging and more popular choice for millions of people around the world and in the process save enough money by eliminating the use of SMS.

The unavailability of purchase of WhatsApp in the App Store does not affect in any way sending and receiving messages. We are waiting for second update from WatsApp to update you.  Stay tuned.

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  1. Android says:

    Yup, its true but now this problem has been solved in great way. :)

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