Friday, 21 February 2014

WHASAPPP Larry Page?

Seems like Whatsapp thinks it's audience is First Time On The Internet Kids and Catfishes than everybody in the world!

Whatsapp, the free (Kinda) messaging app, has been bought by Facebook for $19 billion, after apparently turning down Google's bid of... more than $19 billion. Whatsapp leaders Jan Koum and Brian Acton didn't choose Google because they thought that Google were bidding just so Facebook didn't get Whatsapp. Apparently, Google CEO Larry Page also told Whatsapp that it would be better to stay independent because they are big competitors to Facebook.

Or, in other words, join Google.

However, some people have been questioning that Whatsapp isn't worth $19 billion, mainly because they don't have ads on their app and therefore don't earn that much, but I think that it's a good buy, because it's used in many different countries and is much more popular than other IM apps.

What do you guys think? Have Facebook paid too much for Whatsapp? Or is it a well-made deal? Tell us in the comments below!

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