WhatsApp, a popular messaging app owned by Facebook, is exchanging around 100 billion or 10 trillion messages every day. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at a recent quarterly earnings show that there has been a significant increase in WhatsApp usage over the past six years.
WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart confirmed the information in a tweet, saying, "We are proud that WhatsApp is capable of delivering around 100 billion messages a day and we want to go further. This year we have relied more on messaging to communicate with our loved ones and do business. '
It is known that in 2014, about 50 billion messages were exchanged on WhatsApp every day. WhatsApp averaged the milestone of exchanging the first 100 billion messages in the last English New Year.