WhatsApp, the world’s most popular mobile messaging app, has developed a system for automatically sending health notifications to people using their smartphone.
The new feature is part of an ongoing effort to help make SMS more useful to health users.
It is the first time WhatsApp has integrated a new type of messaging app into the SMS platform.
In an interview with The Times, the company’s chief executive, Nikhil Bhardwaj, said WhatsApp is committed to the health benefit of the users.
“We are constantly looking for ways to make health more relevant to our users,” he said.
We are always working on improving our products and making them even more convenient.
It is important that we use SMS in a way that is as convenient as possible for people.
WhatsApp has been making efforts to make the experience of using the messaging app even more pleasurable.
While the company does not make any money from SMS, it makes money from advertising through its WhatsApp ads service.
The company has a healthy cash pile, as the average value of SMS messages sent per day is around $3.50.
WhatsApp’s business model relies on SMS messaging to reach its users, and it is not clear how much profit WhatsApp will make from the new feature.
Health care users who want to send a health alert can also use SMS to send them, as long as the alert includes the person’s full name and address.
SMS messages are sent to the address in the SMS text, but there is no way to verify the information in a message.
WhatsApp uses a unique code to identify the person and his or her full name.
WhatsApp says the code is encrypted, so no one can see the information.
The company is also experimenting with ways to integrate health apps into WhatsApp.
For example, WhatsApp is currently testing a mobile app for doctors, called Medivac, that integrates health and medical information.