Mark Zuckerberg pushes his Palo Alto engineers to “imitate” as much as possible the messaging service created in 2011 in Los Angeles: after the stories on Instagram, WhatsApp now also allows you to draw on the videos and photographs that are sent to users.
Mark Zuckerberg has a penchant for Snapchat, and the Facebook founder pushes his Palo Alto engineers to “mimic” as much as possible the messaging service created in 2011 in Los Angeles by Bobby Murphy and Evan Spiegel. We have seen it before with the “stories” of Instagram and now also through WhatsApp, the instant messaging platform bought by Zuckerberg few years ago.
Snapchat is a constantly growing social network, with its 150 million active users every day, and Facebook, Aware of having lost its appeal to the very young, it tried to regain this goal by exploiting applications that create stories and videos that can be used in 24 hours. A tool also appeared in the beta version of WhatsApp, for now only for Android, lets you draw on videos and photos sent to users in style Snapchat.
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And it is the emerging countries that the large social networks see as an emerging market: in Brazil WhatsApp is the most popular, but Delivery courier it is used a lot because people share content from Facebook.