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Koum changed Whats App so that when a user's status is changed, everyone in the user's network would be notified.
Whats App 2.0 was released with a messaging component and the number of active users suddenly increased to 250,000.
Fishman found a Russian developer on Rent ACoder.com, Igor Solomennikov, and introduced him to Koum.
Koum named the app "Whats App" to sound like "what's up".
On May 18, 2017, it was reported that the European Commission was fining Facebook €110 million for "misleading" it during the 2014 takeover of Whats App.
The Commission alleged that in 2014, when Facebook acquired the messaging app, it "falsely claimed it was technically impossible to automatically combine user information from Facebook and Whats App." However, in the summer of 2016 Whats App had begun sharing user information with its parent company, allowing information such as phone numbers to be used for targeted Facebook advertisements.
Koum then hired a friend who lived in Los Angeles, Chris Peiffer, to develop the Black Berry version, which arrived two months later.
Whats App was switched from a free to paid service to avoid growing too fast, mainly because the primary cost was sending verification texts to users.
The oldest device capable of running Whats App is the Symbian-based Nokia N95 released in March 2007.
In August 2014, Whats App released an update to its Android app, adding support for Android Wear smartwatches.
On February 26, 2016, Whats App announced they would cease support for Black Berry (including Black Berry 10), Series 40 and Symbian S60, as well as older versions of Android (2.2), Windows Phone (7.0) and i OS (6), by the end of 2016.
Whats App was officially made available for PCs through a web client, under the name Whats App Web, in late January 2015 through an announcement made by Koum on his Facebook page: "Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device—this means all of your messages still live on your phone".
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