WhatsApp Business App for iPhone Now Rolling Out Globally, Starting With India and 6 Other Markets

WhatsApp Business app is Now available for iPhone users in India.

The app, which began popping up on App Store in select markets last month, is now officially offered in a total of seven countries, namely India, Brazil, Germany, Mexico, the united kingdom, and the United States. The Android edition of program was accessible from the Google Play Store for more than a year now. WhatsApp Business program is targeted at small companies searching for a fast and effective way to connect with their customers.

According to the business, the WhatsApp Business for iOS can currently be downloaded at no cost from App Store and will begin rolling out in other markets over the coming weeks. WhatsApp Business for iPhone first started rolling out in March this year, also was spotted in countries such as Mexico and Brazil.

To recall, WhatsApp Business app was initially established to get Android in January 2018. The app allows the companies to create a company profiles with information like email, store address, and website. It also has various messaging tools to make it easier for the businesses to speak to their clients. Some of these programs are quick replies, text messages, and messages away. Additionally, the likes of regular WhatsApp Messenger, the company app also works with WhatsApp for Web version. Further the internet version additionally supports all of the messaging programs.

In just over one year of its availability, WhatsApp Business has gained decent quantity of traction among those businesses. According to the business, over 5 million businesses around the world are now using the support to achieve their customers.

“Whether it is an online sweet store in Ribeirão Preto, Brazil that closes 60 percent of its revenue via WhatsApp Business or a cinnamon roll company in Tijuana, Mexico that credits WhatsApp Business for letting it open a second place, small business owners all over the world are using the program to grow,” WhatsApp wrote in a blog post.


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