The first signs of integration between Facebook and whatsapp
It is not news that Facebook has bought the famous WhatsApp cross-platform messaging application for a whopping $ 22 billion. But nevertheless, so far both services have been running in parallel, although as expected, it seems that this will begin to change with the next versions of the social network application.
Users can send news of Facebook to your WhatsApp contacts from the social network app
According to what has been reported, a new update of the application of Facebook for mobile devices which is known under version number 220.127.116.11.13 It will include the possibility of allowing users to send and share news to their contacts through WhatsApp by means of a Send button that will be found at the bottom right of the page of Facebook.
Despite the good news for many followers of the social network and the messaging application, the button has not appeared in the latest public version of the application (Facebook) so it is likely that at the moment it is only available for those users who are beta testers of Facebook.
This news could impress more than one after, after the purchase of WhatsApp by Facebook, the comments made at the time referred to the applications would continue to function as independent services, in the same way both platforms have been working on other ways to integrate both sites.
Facebook could get to integrate voice calls like WhatsApp
As expected, the goal of Facebook is to manage to direct a greater amount of traffic to both applications and somehow get to increase your income thanks to advertising. In addition, some rumors refer to the arrival of Voice calls in WhatsApp versions, for iPhone and Android, and the intention it has Facebook of integrating this same technology for its own application.
Despite all that has been said about both applications, where at the beginning the development and parallel use of both applications was guaranteed and at no time integrated, it seems that both communication giants are beginning to make a kind of collaboration that will surely end for becoming a greater integration between Facebook and WhatsApp in the future, with the aim of always directing a greater amount of traffic to the social network of Mark Zuckerberg.