Govind Singh

Facebook Tests WhatsApp Integration Into Facebook Android App

Post By Govind Singh Post User Last Updated: Jun 1st, 2015 category Mobile Marketing comments 6 comments.


It seems, Facebook, the largest social networking is on a spree to offer more to its users. Within a year, the company has added so many features to Facebook for its users. The latest buzz coming around is about WhatsApp integration into Facebook app for the android users. This is something, we have anticipated for so long.

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After completing one year of Facebook-WhatsApp mega merger, Facebook has reportedly started integrating WhatsApp into the Facebook for Android app.This is probably the first major integration of WhatsApp by Facebook into its Android app (Version

When you see the screenshots attached closely, you'll spot a “Send” button similar to WhatsApp icon as a part of the status actions buttons under each status update. For the recent versions of Facebookfor Android, the new button appears on the right side (for left-to-right languages) for some users.

Facebook Tests WhatsApp Integration I

Post merger, both the companies are trying hard together to enhance each other’s capabilities. Company sources said that this is just a start of connecting these two platforms and they are looking at even deeper integrations in future.

A team comprising technical experts from both the companies are looking at deeper integration like giving users an ability to send messages between Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp.

Facebook Tests WhatsApp Integration

Disclaimer: BrainPulse does not offer WhatsApp marketing Services or any Whatsapp related messaging platform / software for sending messages.

  • Manoj Khanna

    Thanks for the useful news…It would be great feature to share Facebook post on whats-app. Will made the thought sharing eventful and happening. Waiting for more from Facebook…

  • Rajesh Kumar

    yes this could be the first instance of Facebook integrating WhatsApp with its own native services.

  • Brainpulse Technologies

    Great stuff..Facebook is going to kill the market

    • Tarun Gupta

      Believe me Facebook is only gearing up now….you dont know whats next.

  • Brainpulse Technologies

    Great stuff..Facebook is going to kill the market

  • Amit Kapoor

    This late move by Facebook thought to be the starting move towards
    joining the two prevalent stages recollecting the completed goal to take
    control of the uncommon enlightening market and administer change
    together.Facebook Messenger and Whats App.