Facebook purchased WhatsApp for $22 billion in 2014. Now, Facebook is planning to charge businesses for WhatsApp services to help them connect with customers, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. Facebook declined to describe the new features, but said they'll be available through the currently free tools WhatsApp offers to businesses. Those tools, already available in some countries, help companies answer customers' questions and send them updates. Users need to opt in to be contacted by companies.
The new features could help Facebook start building up WhatsApp as a stronger business, after it bought the messaging service mostly for its fast-growing user base, Also, if Facebook decides to charge businesses for services, it may help it avoid placing ads on WhatsApp, Facebook makes most of its money off advertising and already expanded up north, pink hues iphone case ads to Facebook Messenger and Instagram, Facebook didn't rule out ads on WhatsApp, but said it's now focusing on the business features, the Journal reported, The company declined to say when the paid features would debut..
The social networking giant wants to start making money off WhatsApp, with its massive base of 1 billion daily users. Facebook is finally making plans to start making real money from WhatsApp. The social networking giant snatched up WhatsApp in 2014 for a whopping $22 billion, but the popular messaging service still isn't making Facebook much cash despite WhatsApp's 1 billion daily users. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds, said Tuesday it's planning for an initial public offering to raise about $36 million so it can keep up its growth and develop new games, The Finland-based company, which was founded in 2003, became well-known for its Angry Birds mobile games, and even expanded into a movie franchise, It plans to list its shares on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange, Shareholders are hoping the company will be valued above $2 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, up north, pink hues iphone case We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
Honour of Kings is one of China's hottest video games. The game has garnered so much popularity in China that its developers, Tencent, had to restrict play time for young players out of concern for their health. It's estimated to have over 200 million registered players. The report showed a document dated August 7 this year which says it's an identity registration card, accompanied with the seal of the Xi'an police department. Details other than name and gender were blurred out. Parents have been known to name their kids after characters in games and movies, but rarely the games and movies themselves. In 2015, a study showed that 241 babies were named Khaleesi, in tribute to "Game of Thrones" character Daenerys Targaryen. In Singapore, a man found fame on social media after it was discovered his parents named him Batman bin Suparman (meaning Batman, son of Suparman). Children have also been named after characters appearing in Final Fantasy, Skyrim and Star Wars. Naming a child after the actual title of a game, though? Much rarer.
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